GP Exclusive: Souvenir from California Video Game Law Appeal

October 30, 2008 -

An inside source who attended yesterday's hearing before the 9th U.S. Circuit Court was kind enough to send along a souvenir, which we in turn are passing along to GamePolitics readers in digital format.

We're told that one of these was placed on every seat in the courtroom.

Get yours here...

 


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Re: GP Exclusive: Souvenir from California Video Game Law Appeal

Blocked as "Internet Radio" (using a school laptop)

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I AM DOOMED TO HAUNT JACK THOMPSON'S DREAMS UNTIL HIS CRUSADE AGAINST VIDEO GAMES ENDS.



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I AM DOOMED TO HAUNT JACK THOMPSON'S DREAMS UNTIL HIS CRUSADE AGAINST VIDEO GAMES ENDS.

Re: GP Exclusive: Souvenir from California Video Game Law Appeal

 That's pretty awesome but I REALLY want a Clarence Thomas rookie card.

Re: GP Exclusive: Souvenir from California Video Game Law Appeal

I'll take a number 1 with pasta salad.

 

Interesting that they put stuff like this out in court, sort of like a playbill at a theatre that tells you the other stuff the actors have been in

Re: GP Exclusive: Souvenir from California Video Game Law Appeal

Wait?  What am I looking at now??  Is it supposed to only be their bios?

*confused*

Sortableturnip's Law: As an online discussion of video game violence grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Jack Thompson approaches 1

Re: GP Exclusive: Souvenir from California Video Game Law Appeal

Your tax dollers hard at work!

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I LIKE the fence. I get 2 groups to laugh at then.

-------------------------------------------------- I LIKE the fence. I get 2 groups to laugh at then.

Re: GP Exclusive: Souvenir from California Video Game Law Appeal

Link works for me.

E. Zachary Knight
Oklahoma City Chapter of the ECA
MySpace Page: http://www.myspace.com/okceca
Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1325674091

Re: GP Exclusive: Souvenir from California Video Game Law Appeal

A page not found? Awesome! Always wanted one of those :D

Re: GP Exclusive: Souvenir from California Video Game Law Appeal

Sarcasm can go down the toilet as I found the page.  :P

 The only problem is that the page found seems like mostly legal mumble jumbo. 

 

Re: GP Exclusive: Souvenir from California Video Game Law Appeal

Link still not working for me :p Sarcasm stands! Heh.

Re: GP Exclusive: Souvenir from California Video Game Law Appeal

I am getting 'page not found' when I click the link.

 
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