Political action is awesome and all, but it usually requires standing up, or marching or something -- you know, effort. And I'm just not about that. Video game activists at the Video Game Voters Network understand my needs though, and have declared today a day of action. But it's action that doesn't require me to leave my keyboard! Perfect!
Here's the deal: To spread the word about what's going on with the battle between The State of California (hereafter referred to as "The Man") and the gaming industry, Video Game Voters is urging you to man your preferred social network and post about what's going on. Here's how:
Log in and post the following:
I believe video games deserve the same First Amendment protection as other forms of entertainment. Stand with me and the Video Game Voters Network on 11/2 as the Supreme Court decides the future of games. http://vgvn.org/act.
Games=Free Speech. Stand w/ @VideoGameVoters on 11/2 as #SCOTUS decides future of games http://vgvn.org/act #GamersUnite
Now sit back, relax and feel good that you've really done something to help the cause. I entweeted it, and not only do I feel great, I've lost 16 pounds and my wash is cleaner than ever!