Jason Smith

I'm Jason. This is my home on the web where I write. Stick around. It's going to get interesting. 

Locking the doors sucks

Actually, having to lock the doors sucks.

It's like admitting we've failed as a society. 

And when a crime occurs and people start to get angry at the victim for not having enough security measures in place, I get mad. 

It's not our moral obligation to lock our stuff down. Stealing is wrong.

And failing to address the reasons why people steal, and instead just getting better and better security and locks has not helped at all. 

I don't want to live in a city where everyone has to lock their doors. 

And I don't accept the "that's how it is everywhere else" reasoning either. Everywhere else sucks. 

Is it possible to get one street with nobody breaking into houses? What about two streets? Could two streets of neighbours respect each other enough not to steal each other's crap? How about three?

A suburb? 

A town?

Bob Dylan's Like a Rolling Stone and interactive video

Do television and electronic games predict children's psychosocial development?

Do television and electronic games predict children's psychosocial development?