Kinect Launch Didn’t Go Smoothly for Everyone

If I were to, by some stretch of the imagination, arrange my apartment so as to make my living room Kinect-functional, I would probably still be afraid to use it, because I’m tall and have a bad habit of destroying light fixtures when I raise my arms above my head. Oh, yeah, that TV in that picture there? That’s why I try not to raise my arms above my head. That’s Phil Villarreal’s TV, and he accidentally spiked the chain from his ceiling fan into it while playing fake volleyball. And now it don’t work no mo’.

Also, Kinect can cause you to abuse your children, as you can see here:

On top of all that, Kotaku has a picture of the hand of a guy who bloodied himself up by smashing his hand against an exposed metal beam in his house while playing fake volleyball. (Fake volleyball is the new jumping off a building into a bush.) I won’t post the picture here, because it’s gross and I’m squeamish about large, close-up pictures of wounds.

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