Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Oklahoma Senate OKs violent-games bill | News.blog | CNET News.com

Oklahoma Senate OKs violent-games bill | News.blog | CNET News.com

I'm not sure I care one way or the other about this, do you? But that aside, the caring that is, why does this place need a law anyway? Isn't the game labeled? Can't each store decide who to sell too based on that? Can't each parent decide what their child can buy?

Blockbuster did this and so did other rental places. The movie theatre controls access based on age, heck we even sell booze like that. Do we really need another law?

Perhaps a better approach would be buyer influence on the stores. But wait, that would require actual individuals to stand up and face the purveyors of such things. And we all know how far that goes.

All that aside, based on recent attempts in other states, I predict this will fail also.

more later,
Tojosan

No comments: