You know what’s up. You followed the case last year. The one where California was trying to drop a hammer on video games and thereby a whole gauntlet of other mediums. The one they lost. California’s failed attempt wasn’t without its cost. In fact it’s costing the Soon To Be Below Sea-Level Residence a cool couple million.
Last November, the Supreme Court heard a case regarding video game sales in the state of California. It was kind of a big deal, possibly affecting how other forms of media were treated in regards to rules and regulations. Today the Supreme Court gave their decision, which smote the law with the power of a thousand Judicial Leg Drops.
At least that’s how it looks in my mind.