I attended a pot luck dinner last night. Lucky me; I got the Sinsemilla surprise. Kidding. But my gracious host did grace me with the knowledge that her second grader plays Call of Duty. I live in an urban enclave in the heart of liberaland, but still . . . what happened to all the outrage over violent videogames? Modern first-person shoot-em-ups are pretty serious stuff in the killing people and watching them die sense of the term. No doubt there’s worse (e.g. Battlefield 3). No doubt the eight-year-old lad has them too, and plays with his pals online. Is this true in the heartland? Is the warning sticker system a farce? And if kids are getting unrestricted access to hard core killing games, is that a bad thing?