Thursday, May 01, 2008

Parents, lock up your machetes!

It seems a lot of people are concerned about kids getting their hands on the latest Grand Theft Auto game, and you could see how it might happen. After all, how is a parent supposed to know that a game whose box features pimps with guns and women in tiny bikinis making suggestive tongue movements (not to mention the giant "M" and "17+" warnings) would be bad for a 12-year-old?

But bad it would be, as I uncovered in my exclusive report for CAP News:
A new study out of Harvard Medical School suggests that since the release of the first Grand Theft Auto video game in 1997, incidents of 12-year-olds involved in carjackings and hooker beatings have gone up almost 1300 percent
That explains so much. But if you think that's bad, wait until you see Volume V.

No comments: