POSTAL Cuts a Cameo in Latest "Bourne" Novel

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August 9, 2007

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Tucson, AZ As video games become consistently embedded in our culture, it was only a matter of time before POSTAL—already the subject of a soon-to-be-released motion picture made its way into the literary world as well. The POSTAL franchise, currently celebrating its 10th anniversary as development on POSTAL 3 progresses, is specifically mentioned on page 270 of Robert Ludlum’s latest bestseller,“The Bourne Betrayal”.

In the novel, a young, would-be gang banger is given a hand gun in appreciation for not snitching out a group of arsonists. The youngster then decides to put the pistol to use, as he felt he“already had some experience blowing people’s heads off playing POSTAL 2….”

"Media whore and Running With Scissors CEO Vince Desi was so delighted with the mention that he openly declared his willingness to“perform a BJ in gratitude—that is, a Bourne Job. Hopefully the Hillary hypocrites won’t see this as another opportunity to connect the dots between real violence and violent action in a video game; then again maybe this is a blessing since it would mean the literary world will have to share the same ignorant blame.”

This all takes place as the third entry in the Bourne film series,“The Bourne Ultimatum” starring Matt Damon, explodes into theaters across America. Desi added“I seen it the day it opened, loved it, makes Bond look like Homer Simpson.”

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Running With Scissors develops and publishes outrageous games just for the hell of it. Contact Vince Desi 520 907 1010, vince@gopostal.com or visit http://www.gopostal.com

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