Then, after proper censorship ratings are put in place, what to do with him? Prove him right of course! Fed by an IV drip, Atkinson is strapped to a vertical hospital bed suspended by the ceiling and forced to look down upon...this.
Look at the picture up there, I'll wait. Yes, that's Nicole Kidman and yes that's a Nintendo DS. I'm not sure exactly where Ms Kidman is located but the lighting and soft focus suggests it's somewhere in Heaven. And please note the way she is holding the DS. Hmm, that's interesting isn't it? It's almost like a book. Wow! Video Games are books now?
Well, actually no they're not. Here look at this picture:
That's a photo of three people each playing a DS of their own. In what appears to be a bus station. Not so glamourous now, is it? Yeah well, you know what the difference is? I believe it. Look how engrossed that dude in the middle is by his DS game. THAT'S how it should be. Like the whole fucking world is suddenly irrelevant because what you hold in your hand IS FUCKING AWESOME.
Take another look at that Kidman photo. Now, do you actually believe she is looking at anything whatsoever? Or do you rather think she is looking at a blank screen contemplating what she's going spend her stupidly massive paycheck on? Thanks Nintendo! I didn't own quite enough houses!
Other culprits include:
"Hey doodz! I'm an overexposed belligerent unfunny asshole and I'm here to appear like I'm down with the youngsters! Are you sick of me yelling yet? I sure hope not! AWESOME!"
"Greetings Zac Efron, I'm Master Chief. I can think of approximately 1,198 reasons to fire a headshot into that perfect sun-kissed fringe of yours."
Steven Spielberg produced a Nintendo Wii game this year entitled Boom Blox. Here he is playing it with Shigeru Miyamoto. After this picture was taken, nobody purchased or played Boom Blox ever again. Seriously, like nobody.
For obvious reasons.