Welcome to Morning Hangover -- an excellent way to start your day with the crew at TheFeed...no matter what you're recovering from. Every morning you'll hear musings from our editors and have the chance to share your thoughts on what's going on in the gaming world. So buckle up, throw a Pokeball at the new week, and keep reading!
Andrew Pfister: I'm glad I don't live in Australia. I've always wanted to visit, sure, but everything I've read about their government's collective attitude towards games, I can only believe that they'd have DVD-sniffing dogs waiting for me at the airport. When I read Jake's story yesterday about South Australian attorney general Michael Atkinson actually uttering the phrase "keeping this material from children and vulnerable adults" in reference to violent games, the toothless Jack Thompson suddenly didn't seem all that bad. Major sympathies extended to our Australian readers -- if you guys actually exist. When I eventually visit your otherwise fine country-nent, I'll try to cram a few copies of Left 4 Dead 2 in my briefcase's false bottom for ya.
(I'm also going to start referring to myself as a vulnerable adult.)
Patrick Klepek: I'm gonna be honest. It's been a long week and I don't have something random related to video games to talk about. Instead, I want to show you an amazing snack I picked up from Japan: pizza chips. Yes, pizza chips. They're more awesome than you can imagine and very soon, I intend to find out what happens when you do something completely insane: stack pizza chips on top of an actual pizza. Mind blown.
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