T'sara Vandercross (tsara) wrote,
T'sara Vandercross

Penny Arcade

Those of whom that have read Penny Arcade will know that they tend to provide excellent humor by making parodies and poking fun at the gaming world. Do me a favor and read this .

To those of whom read this and want to attempt to take action about it....here's the letter I wrote to that damn company. Feel free to copy it and add your name to it. Then send it to the e-mail address provided. :)

To: Rinda.Vas@amgreetings.com

To whom it may concern,

While I'm not certain this letter will be read, I will at least compose this letter to state my distaste towards your attempt at striking down freedom of speech / press. I am amazed that a company that makes parody games about childrens stories cannot allow the public to poke a little fun at you.

If you believe you can take legal action against the comic Penny Arcade for their parody of your company, then the family of Lewis Carol should definately be able to take legal action upon you for the game you created.

Parody is perfectly legal according to our laws in America. To be honest, if you are going to use the word America anywhere in your companies name or product, you should learn the rights granted to an american. What you are committing here is a old form of terrorism called censorship.

While I'm figuring this e-mail will go unread, if you do actually read it, here is one fan of your products that would like a responce. It would be a shame to find a company that makes enjoyable games be a company that I refuse to purchase from or to allow my friends that are thinking about buying your games to do so without knowledge of what it is your company truly is standing for.

Thank you,
Adam J. Scrogham Tsara1234@hotmail.com
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