Quote Originally Posted by TheWalrus View Post
Not to mention pretty much all of Shakespeare. Just in Hamlet there are several ghastly murders, more than a hint of Oedipus Complex, the open contemplation of suicide (which thousands of children are forced to memorize every year), and a scene where the main character holds up a skull and talks about the friendly bag of meat who used to use it.

Definitely needs a label. WARNING: MAY CONTAIN DRAMA.
We are overdue for a good ole fashion book burning. Clearly the only form of entertainment our children need is the bible. No violent and gruesome deaths in that literature.

And i see why you and Tyler are so twisted. Thankfully, i had a adversity free childhood because i followed instructions: never, EVER, feed a gremlin after midnight. It made me the well balanced role model i am today.