Justice Alito Knows Obscenity When He Plays It

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6 Responses

  1. Chris Berez says:

    Excellent post, Patrick. I don't know what else there is to say, but you've nailed the point eloquently as always. It's both frightening and sad that what should be so obvious a point can elude so many people who should really know better.

  2. David says:

    Nice work, Patrick. Consider yourself retweeted.

  3. Ken says:

    Thanks for taking the artistic approach to this. Well done.

    If only there were a completed series of posts rebutting Ebert . . . .

  4. David says:

    Will no one rid me of this turbulent mouthpiece?

  5. I would like to add to the list Shadow of the Colossus, which still has me thinking to this day.

  6. Dan Weber says:

    I think Ebert recanted on video games not being art. Maybe it was just because he was sick of being hassled by the geeks.

    I'd say he was proven wrong even back in the days of Infocom's "Planetfall." With Floyd the Robot.