I have worked there for ten years and There is one thing that has always made me wonder.
Now this is a bit complicated to explain so I'll do my best to make it as understandable as possible.
Now one off the contributors to the way some kids behave today I think is that they see all these things in the movies or on games. For example men fighting and heads getting chopped of in a movie all about drugs and cars.
Or a game where the objective is to steal a car, run over ten cops kill a sheep and be home in time for cornflakes.
Now in the store that I work a lot of the parent's rent these games and movies for there kids I have seen it so many times the kid is about 8 and the game is rated 16. At 8 years old children are so influenced by what they see and usually are still unsure about what is right and wrong.
Now if a man or woman was to walk in to a store and buy a can of beer for a 8 year old that would be pretty bad and that's why there was laws passed to stop that from happening Because it is harmful to the child.
I think that games and movies can be just as harmful but in a influential way and over a longer course of time but there is no law to say that I can stop the parent or adult from renting the game. even though I know that 8 year old child is going to be playing a 18 year old's game.
So my point is I think there should be a law that says that if we believe that the person is renting a movie or game for someone who is younger than that age then we should reserve the right to refuse them.
In my eyes it's still giving the child a harmful thing.