I changed my mind. This is no longer my slice of the American Dream pie. It is now just a place for me to bitch.

Friday, July 15, 2005

Computer geeks hid porn in a video game...Call Homeland Security.

Here is some thing interesting. Hilary Rodham Clinton is launching a full investigation into the PC version of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas because of rumors circling the Internet about codes that unlock sexually explicit "mini games" in the new PC version. Here is a snippet from her press release:

"following recent reports revealing that the video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas has graphic pornographic content which may be unlocked by following instructions on the Internet, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton will hold a press conference to discuss legislative solutions to keep inappropriate video game content out of the hands of young people."

Whole thing here

On her official Web site, Clinton lists "fighting the culture of sex and violence in the media" as part of her platform, and in March, she joined with Senators Joe Lieberman (D-CT), Sam Brownback (R-KS), and Rick Santorum (R-PA) to cosponsor legislation seeking $90 million over five years for research into how viewing different types of media (television, video games, and the Internet in particular) affects children's development.

Can I say something? I saw my first hardcore pornographic film when I was like 14 (I believe it was Mile High Girls) and, in my humble opinion, a more respectable member of the community you could not find.

5 Comments:

Blogger Dennis Shoup said...

I hope the good Senators will be sure to crack down on that violent and sexually suggestive William Shakespeare, and that tawdry volume, the Bible. Won't someone PLEASE THINK OF THE CHILDREN.

3:52 PM

 
Blogger Nicholas Woodrich said...

I will punch Satan in the ovaries.

11:47 PM

 
Blogger Jami said...

you guys seen ... whoa there nicholas. hillary's got secret service guys, you know. perhaps they'll shoot you in the testicles. what a funny joke, right!

uhmmm. oh. have you guys seen a screenshot of the mod? it's not for little kids. 14-year-olds, whatever. they're gonna find porn (but it shouldn't be easy). but younger kids might see a mod called "hot coffee" and decide they need that, not having any idea (or interest in) what they're about to see.

7:26 AM

 
Blogger Dennis Shoup said...

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6:34 PM

 
Blogger Dennis Shoup said...

What the hell? Lots of things aren't for little kids, but we certainly don't need government pigs spending $90 million to tell us this. Nick, I think she thought you were calling Hillary Clinton Satan, she didn't get the Anchorman reference, a shame really.

6:49 PM

 

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