Tuesday, April 29, 2008

I'm in my own home stealing your child's innocence

When gamers found a hidden sex scene in “Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas,” politicians fell all over themselves condemning it, including Sen. Hillary Clinton.

“The disturbing material in ‘Grand Theft Auto’ and other games like it is stealing the innocence of our children and it’s making the difficult job of being a parent even harder,” she said.

It's rated M for Mature. It has nothing in it you couldnt see in a hand full of R-rated movies (and some less than R-rated). Merchants wont sell it to you without ID if you appear underage.

But last night when I was standing in line at the local Walmart to get my copy, there stood a 12 year old boy getting his copy. How? His mom was with him and paid for it for him - on a school night. And I bet 10 to 1 that he came down with a tummy ache and stayed home from school today.

So all you people with a child fetish and are afraid that the things I think and do (especially in the privacy of my own home) somehow hurts your children - well you can all shampoo my crotch.


  1. I'm totally buying it today for my 5 year old son. That way when he grows up and I'm a crappy parent I have something to blame it on.. /snark

  2. may I shampoo your crotch now?

  3. The line forms around the back. :)

  4. They really shouldn't call it head and shoulders. I think they overlooked a key market of crotch washers.

  5. too much violence and sex in this game I do not approve.