Look no further! "Super Columbine Massacre RPG" is a Web-based "game" that re-creates the Colorado high school bloodbath in which 15 people died, including the two young mass murderers. The creator, an anonymous cretin who goes only by the name of "columbin," told the Rocky Mountain News in Denver that he wanted to make something that would "promote a real dialogue on the subject of school shootings."
"I was a bullied kid. I didn't fit in, and I was surrounded by a culture of elitism as espoused by our school's athletes." He added that he considered the killers, at times, "very thoughtful, sensitive and intelligent young men."
Yeah, so was Ted Bundy.
The game -- which goes beyond simply offensive into the realm of monstrously wicked -- has been available online for about a year, but is just now getting popular. In it, the "player" is told it is "ultimately up to you" how many kids Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris kill that day, and every time, a kill is made, a pop-up box says: "Another victory for the Trench Coat Mafia."
And we think our greatest threat is from hungry Mexicans and terribly deranged Muslims?