|Revolting children and the thoughts of our leader..
||[Mar. 4th, 2009|04:47 pm]
(Image of Kevin 007 lost...}
On the left is one of the children of our Prime Minister Kevin Rudd who seemingly only regards other people's children ( and their images ) as revolting.
image borrowed from Kotaku ( a gaming site for adult gamers - who are treated by Australia's censorship laws as children ) which asks....
Posted by Logan Booker at 6:30 PM on February 20, 2008
First of all - props to you Marcus. I certainly don't have the sack to wear anything even remotely that geeky outdoors, except for maybe corduroys. Secondly, does the lad play World of Warcraft? Fourteen is definitely the right age, and ten million or so players leaves plenty of opportunity as far as sheer numbers are concerned.
If you're reading this Marcus, let us know your choice of MMO poison. Otherwise, bask in the holy light of your new-found semi-celebrity status.
According to Wikipedia
In August 2005, the government of the People's Republic of China introduced an online gaming restriction limiting playing time to 3 hours, after which the player would be expelled from whichever game they were playing. Of the more than 20 million people who play online games in China, roughly 1.5 million play World of Warcraft. In 2006, it changed the rule so only citizens under the age of 18 would face the limitations.
A possible need for parental supervision I think.....