Video games, violence, and vapidity

Matt Rosenberg has a fine post about video game violence and the response that many politicians and lawyers are having to it.

I couldn’t agree with his conclusion more:

To impose a government role in monitoring video games for kids only sends a message parents can’t or shouldn’t take full responsibility.

I have a few more thoughts about this, but I’m going to wait until tomorrow to put them down (hopefully).

UPDATE: Glenn Reynolds has thoughts on this as well. Mine are coming . . .

2 thoughts on “Video games, violence, and vapidity

  1. Steve, thanks for the link. Your site looks good. Listen, send me an e-mail wouldja? I’ve got something I need to ask you, and can’t seem to find your actual e-mail address at your site. Thanks, Matt.

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