At least with movies? A couple weeks ago I went and saw Ted; I could see the reasons it sold out, multiple times. It was a good film. On the other hand on the drive home I was thinking to myself *SPOILER ALERT HERE: MINOR SPOILER*" it's ok to have Flash Gordon and a Teddy bear doing coke and regular bong hits throughout the movie going on but what can we honestly say for the whole system of law?" (yea, i know it wasn't that big, but for the people who want to keep this film a surprize when they see it........) But really, I mean, isn't it kind of "time" for hollywood to look at themselves in the mirror? What can be said for a law system that lets it's media promote clear violations, prettymuch thoroughly rubbing the influence of the "forbidden/taboo" in everyone's face, and then how can people get penalized for acting out what was portrayed to them? I'm not really pro-censorship as much as I believe the saying "monkey see monkey do". It's not really as big a deal in video games (because I feel like the player is acting through the protagonist's character to carry out the desired action. That being said I'm kind of sick of hearing **** every other minute I play one as well) as it is in movies/TV. Lately it seems like we've made just about anything except from ****ing on screen and saying **** in television (you know which four letter word that is) tolerable. Do you think that this lack of censorship has opened the floodgates for some of the current events that have happened today? (bathsalt abuse, spree killings, etc) or do you just think that it's all random? Because I'm starting to believe people will follow what they see on their screens.