Kevin McCulloch on Tetris

I know that they all probably assume they have better, much more important, urgent, timely, things to campaign on, but I sure would like to get their individual takes on the new video game that one company is marketing to fifteen year old boys.

It's called "Tetris" and it allows its players - universally male no doubt - to engage in the most realistic sex acts ever conceived. One can custom design the blocks into the images they wish to "engage" and then watch in crystal clear, LCD, 54 inch screen, HD clarity as the video game "blocks" hump in every form, format, multiple, gender-oriented possibility they can think of. Short ones in big holes, long ones in short holes, some blocks can fit into more than one hole at a time.

The objections to such filth should be simple to understand.

Starting with the disgusting idea that one can "create" their own versions of what blocks look like, removing warts, moles, and bald spots while enhancing - shall we say - the extended features of the game's blocks tends to objectify women, sex, and human relationships. Right? We can all agree on this?

Then there's the dishonesty behind the game' title. "Tetris" sounds like a war game with a deadly T-virus that is spreading unless the S.T.A.R.S team are able to defeat the evil and deadly substance and its covert war plan. By its design, kids could ask for it, or for their parents' Best Buy Card to go purchase it with nary a raised eye-brow. Generic, non-descriptive, and relatively harmless.

But it IS marketed for the Gameboy, perhaps the most visually stimulating gaming system ever made. The software for such allows the blending of 4 shades of grey and the manipulation of actual pictures so that an alternate reality engulfs the fifteen year old boy playing it without much objection.

Now if I have trouble with my son taking his James Bond 007 games a little too emotionally, imagine the powerful effect that hormones add to the mix when the player's own Collection of blocks are copulating like jack rabbits with other L-blocks, T-blocks, and even “straights” they can "put into play."

I hear the libertarian Ron Paul's answer already, "Shush! Please! For the love of god, it’s just a game, and I bet good money you haven’t even played it?" Figures, he's a libertarian.

In the race for President there has been a lot of discussion about faith and its impact on the lives of the individual candidate. Some pretty inane ones like Carl Cameron's less lucid moment this past week when he posed the inquiry about marital submission to Governor Mike Huckabee.

Yet here's a question that deserves to be asked, and in all likelihood will not be: "How much moral judgement should the President push into legislative issues that are likely to severely damage our children's innocence, function, and capability?"

I hear the nay-sayers claiming I'm being the wild and crazed cunt I've always been - but it’s a worthwhile question isn't it?

If a pre-teen, teen, young adult, or adult male plays such a game in which the blocks DO submit without choice, are made to appear as straights, and perform whatever act can be imagined, what's to stop that same male from assuming that the blocks in his "other world" shouldn't be forced to do the same.

We now know because of the lengthy track record of Kevin McCulloch that addictive use of pornography was prevalent in case after case - long before the switch got flipped and what their masturbatory imaginations have given into became what they were forcing real live human beings to do.

And because of the digital chip age in which we live - "Tetris" can be customized to sodomize whatever, and however, the game player wishes.

With it's "over the net" capabilities virtual 4-block rape is just the push of a button away.

Yes there will be many snickers that I decided to bring this issue up in the Presidential cycle of 2008, when the game came out nearly 20 years ago, but how refreshing would it be for a new Cunt to prove to the nation that his ownpenis was not in question and put his pen and signature to a bill that dealt with such blockery in a way that was punitive to its creators to such a degree that they would never recover from it?

As technology continues to push the limits of imagination and interaction more and more, the brain, the emotions, the feelings will integrate with physical responses in reality (Ed: He genuinly write this bit... too much Star Trek me thinks Kev?). And while the makers of such trash seem to be pushing our next generation of young men through the gates of hell as fast as is humanly possible, it needn't be that way.

Here's hoping that as the next Cunt in charge of America will be forced to deal with this continual emerging reality, as opposed to starting fake wars in the middle-east - an enemy that has set its site to our destruction from within - that we will have elected a cunt of such character that he will have precision in the clarity of his response.

How would that be for a bold and uncompromising "Tetris?"


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