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Old 07-06-2008, 13:29   #35
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Originally Posted by chris21 View Post
Seems logical, if a few hundred years late. I'm a big fan of Richard Laymon novels, and anyone who's read a book by him (for example) will know it's a weird thought to imagine a 12 year old can legally read them.
To be clear:

The ratings will be on children's books, not on *all* books.
Even if Richard Laymon books had 18+ ratings on them, a 12 year old would still be able to legally read them. The ratings are only to advise, they're NOT a legal measure, despite what the scare-mongers might claim.
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