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"I Was Wrong! Who Knew!"

Today’s New York Times brings word that noted video game analyst Cooper Lawrence has actually determined, after keen study, that Mass Effect is not a movie starring Ron Jeremy and Jenna Jameson.

I recognize that I misspoke. I really regret saying that, and now that I’ve seen the game and seen the sex scenes it’s kind of a joke.

HAH HAH! You’re so funny, ma’am.

Darling, I gotta go with the research. And the research says there’s a new study out of the University of Maryland right now that says that boys that play video games cannot tell the difference between what they’re seeing in the video game and the real world…

Poochiekins, I gotta go with my own research, which says that there’s a new study somewhere on the Intarweb that says that girls that appear on The Tyra Banks Show cannot tell the difference between what they randomly guess is in a video game and the real world.

cooper.jpgOf course, this whole whozabobbawhumsit did accomplish one very important thing: it set up the first appearance by Cooper Lawrence in the New York Times.

Cooper Lawrence fans everywhere thank you! Really. Just as soon as we find some, we’re sure that they’re gonna be thankful all over the place. Don’t worry, Ms. Lawrence – this being the Internet, and your being a perky young female, we’re pretty sure someone will show up to give you lots of gold and powerlevelling. That’s how things work out here in the male-driven rapeland that is video gaming!