Monday, the Supreme Court voted 7-2 to allow the sale of violent video games to children because it violates free speech. The two dissenters, Clarence Thomas and Stephen Breyer, said the ruling makes no sense because the court allows states to bar the sale of porn videos to kids. But they can only prevent them from virtually binding, torturing and killing a woman in a video game if she’s topless.
- Coming soon… a totally different version of the “Pokemon” series!
- So in the interest of protecting children, the Justices will only allow adults to play “Really, Really, Really, Angry Birds with No Tops On.”
- In line with their reasoning, a 6-year-old can play “Grand Theft Auto” as long as they’re not stealing cars with the top down!