recognizing Arthur C. Clarke’s third law

Equally as useful as crime-fighting psychics

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On the very day his disbarment became permanent, Jack Thompson, self-appointed defender of the public against video games, offered his help offered his help to find missing Canadian teenager Brandon Crisp. Apparently he thinks the young man, who disappeared after his father took away his Xbox 360, will be psychologically traumatized by being separated from the console. Meanwhile, Microsoft offered cash to help.

For those who haven’t been keeping up with the Thompson saga, Game Politics continues its ongoing coverage, including posting copies of the Florida Supreme Court documents. Thompson isn’t disliked just because of his video game posturing – Lyle Masaki details the ex-lawyer’s homophobia in a Gay Geek column for


Written by chris

October 25, 2008 at 11:28 pm

Posted in Games

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