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Jun 28 2011

California State Senator Leland Yee has just spent somewhere in the ballpark of a million Californian taxpayer dollars to have his bill on violent video games struck down by the Supreme Court as unconstitutional. Again.

Yee says he’s going to do it again. In fact, that would make the third time he’s heaped all of that money into a pile and metaphorically set fire to it.

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Apr 9 2011

Headscarfed soldiers graduating ceremony of the Afghan National Army Bitmob has a (slightly ungrammatical) piece on “The five worst excuses for leaving out a female character option.”

I was asked: “OP is talking about violent FPS, and equality there is not something all that good. Inclusion to be shot at and killed?

Well, yes.

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Mar 19 2011

The story of Casey Heynes is doing the rounds. Heynes is a high-school student somewhere in Western Sydney, Australia, bullied for a very long time, and then finally reciprocated. Here’s some stuff about his story.

Now I’m going to tell you a story of my own.

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Everyone seems to be very keen to tell you why Jared Loughner opened fire on a group of people in Tuscon, Arizona – killing six and injuring fourteen.

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