Thursday, April 12, 2012

Wow....I'm slack.

Just realized that it's been way too long since I've posted anything here.  I think life just got in the way.  I promise to try to remedy that...not that anyone's actually paying attention.

Saturday, November 6, 2010

"The Daily Show" Takes On Violent Video Games.

The Supreme Court hearing regarding California's violent video game law began this week, and The Daily Show took notice, taking a moment out of its busy schedule to let correspondent and fake video game developer John Hodgman offer his own solutions to the problem of keeping violent video games out of the hands of children.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

"My Four-Year-Old Son Plays Grand Theft Auto"

A very interesting article that was picked up and reprinted in GamePro Magazine. It supports something that I believe and that I'm fond of pointing out to parents when I can...violent media, violent video games, pornography...nothing can affect your child if you don't let it!

Be parents, people! "My Four-Year-Old Son Plays Grand Theft Auto

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Child's Play

Police and gamers have one thing in common...the media paints both with a broad brush.  When the media reports something negative about a police officer in one part of the country, it reflects poorly on ALL police officers.

The same can be said about gamers.  Articles appear that link video gaming to violence and gamers are portrayed as social misfits that never leave mom's basement.

Well, this group of misfits got out of the basement and started something amazing.  Child's Play is the gamers charity.  Since 2003, has enabled gamers to donate games and toys to children's hospitals all over the country.  The hospitals create a wishlist, and donors can purchase items directly for the kids at the hospital.

In 2009, $1,780,870.40 was raised by child's play for children's hospitals all over the world.  So visit today using the link in this post or the one in the sidebar of my blog.

Make a difference.

Saturday, September 11, 2010


I've started this blog as a place to share thoughts and ideas that probably matter to few people other than myself.  Comments, ridicule, praise...all are welcomed, or at least tolerated.