Part of the Global Perspectives on War and Peace Collection.
At a fair in Middletown, New York, people shoot paint balls at a guy dressed up as Saddam Hussein. A fairgoer named Tiffany explains that most women don’t like the game because it promotes violence in children. She doesn’t see any problem with it, however–“It’s for fun though. They’re only paint balls. It’s just like they do on TV. Except this is just like, real. [laughs]”