How do you spell hypocrisy? NRA

by manylaughs on January 14, 2013


Medl Mobile, the developer of an iOS app game called Shotgun Free in which players “can unleash a high-caliber hell storm”, has produced a iOS shooter for the National Rifle Association called NRA: Practice Range.  Yes, that’s right, after Wayne LaPierre, the president of the National Rifle Association, blamed the “callous, corrupt and corrupting shadow industry” of video games for the rise in violence in America, the NRA has released its own shooter. Well, you just shoot targets, but it’s still a shooter.


Oh, and guess what? It’s suitable for ages 4 and up. This makes the game more suitable for kids than Hello Kitty Picnic, which is only rated E for Everyone, meaning it’s appropriate for kids 6 and up. So according to the NRA, playing with “true-to-life firearms” is more suitable for kids than a picnic with Hello Kitty and the rest of her imaginary friends.


Hello Kitty is not suitable for 4 year olds, but NRA: Practice Range is.

So here’s today’s spelling lesson, children. How do you spell hypocrisy? Yes, that’s right – NRA.


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