Video games in the Boondocks

Kevin Kelly
K. Kelly|11.12.06

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Kevin Kelly
November 12th, 2006
Video games in the Boondocks
Today's The Boondocks comic by Aaron McGruder deals with the trend of politicians going after video game developers and publishers. It's a great summary of the problem, simply rendered in comic strip form. Perhaps Jack Thompson will read this strip and it will change his life. We can hope, can't we?

Let's hope they get tired of this soon, because the next step will be coming after parents for buying the games, and gamers for having the audacity to play 'em. Later, if you even look at a game, it could be a possible fine of up to $250 and one week of mandatory congressional aide duty.

Stop the insanity before it goes too far.

[Thanks, Ethan]
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