Bless their little hearts. The government continues to try and help out its people by pushing such things as the food pyramid. The MyPyramid for Preschoolers interactive Web site is located at MyPyramid.gov and it does seem to have good ideas. I am just afraid that the little ones that need it the most are not really playing with their parents on these websites. I scanned the whole thing and didn't find a single game where I can kill someone or create a new persona in a fantasy world, etc. I understand that the site has some great ideas and suggestions but I question whether the interest by the parents of many at-risk kids may be there. The story in the Washington Post was obviously a PR piece and I sure hope it gets some traction. I am not sure these same parents of at-risk kids read the Washington Post but I'll keep my fingers crossed. The government officials who pushed to get this story out may be wondering what other options there are to spread the word? I'm thinking scratch off food pyramid lottery tickets to start. Or possibly putting the info on the back of cigarette packs. Okay, I'm being a little sarcastic but I do want to thank the government for trying and for continuing to feed us with the fodder that enables us at the Placebo Journal to create new jokes. Anyone up for a food sphinx?