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11-12-2010 @ 12:43PM
Uhm.... No offense... really... but if your 12 yr old can go buy M rated games without you being present at all, there are far more problems present than this law.For one, any reputable store will ask the kid where his parents are and refuse to sell. Many places have policies that fire employees for this.For two, how is that your kid is allowed to keep this game and you not raise [redacted] with the store and/or your kid for such a purchase to take place.2a) How can your kid sneak what video game he is playing, especially for long enough to have any kind of affect on him?No, sorry, this is like arguing that there should be a law that minors can't watch R rated films. It seriously is not the fault of the store if Timmy is playing GTA, or at least not for long enough to matter.
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