It's all over the intarweb, exactly as he intended, but if you haven't seen US [url="http://www.stopkill.com/"]Anti-Violence-In-Games Lawyer Jack Thompson's[/url] (not to be confused with Aussie actor [url="http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0860233/"]Jack Thompson[/url]) [url="http://gc.advancedmn.com/article.php?artid=5883"]"Modest Game Proposal"[/url] you should take a look.
Basically, he promises to donate US$10k if a company makes and sells a videogame based on his intentionally offensive idea. In summary, the game is as follows.
A kid is murdered by an obsessed gamer acting out his favourite game using a baseball bat. After the court case the kid's father swears violent revenge on the video game industry. In his revenge, the father kills:[LIST][LI]in New York - Female CEO of the game company, her husband and kids[/LI][LI]in Philadelphia - The company's lawyers [/LI][LI]on his way west to E3 - people in video arcades, staff in stores that sell games[/LI][LI]in LA - all video game execs at E3[/LI][/LIST]
Is it a bluff? Should it, in fact, be called?
Personally, it sounds to me like it would be fun as an indie mario-esque side-scrolling platformer... :)