Because of a tweet by
i found this crazy post, no its not a funny post, but it is filled with randomness >.<
A small community about 30 miles from the site of the Newtown massacre is organizing a voluntary video game return program, aimed at collecting violent video games from families and likely burning them.
The Violent Video Games Return Program offers up gift certificates in exchange for violent games, music and movies turned in during an event later this month.
The collected items will then be broken and later incinerated by town employees.
"We're suggesting that for parents who have a child or children who play violent video games, to first of all view the games. We're asking parents to better understand what their child is doing. Have a conversation about next steps. If parents are comfortable (with their child's gaming habits), we're comfortable."
If parents aren't, he said, then they can head to the local drive-in movie theater on Jan. 12 to turn in those video games in exchange for a $25 gift voucher intended to be used for other forms of entertainment, like perhaps, a local water park. The gift certificate will be donated by a member of the Greater Southington Chamber of Commerce as a "token of appreciation for their action of responsible citizenship," according to a press release.
While the return program calls out violent video games, violent movies and music will also be accepted.
Once turned in, those discs will be snapped, tossed into a town dumpster and likely later incinerated, Erardi said.
I didn't paste the full story, but you can read it here