And the media hand-wringing over violence in video games continues.
Here's the shocking evidence from ABC's article-
David Walsh, president of the National Institute on Media and the Family, said, "The fact that they're called video games -- I think that there are still some parents who really don't take it as seriously as they should."
The organization's annual report card, which aims to keep violent games out of the hands of kids under age 17, gives parents a C. Big retailers get a D.
Read more of this nonsense here.