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Washington state makes selling murder simulators a class 1 civil infraction (a really bad crime)

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Watch it, slim, or I`ll subpoena your ass"The Washington state Senate approved a bill Thursday to make selling M-rated videogames a crime. If the bill is passed into law... it will be the first time that the Entertainment Software Ratings Board ratings have been backed by the force of law."

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I just loove that term "Murder Simulator" sounds like a new game from Microsoft !
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Yeah, well remind me to stay in Minnesota... Hmmmm... IF it goes into effect, I wonder how long it'll take to make it go away??
and how much buisness will spike over the border?!?!?!

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I think I'm gonna open a game selling store as close to the American border as I can so that I can roll in the dough from selling M rated games to youngings.
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Especially if and when it spreads to other states.
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Full article reads that it would "make selling M-rated videogames to minors a crime"... that I agree with. There are just some things that kids should not play. On the flip side, when I was growing up, my step-mother tried to stop me from playing Mario Bros on 8bit NES... that was a bit over the top.
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