Our tour up Route 1 continues… In Colonial Heights, Virginia, we talked with Ted Du Varney, 68, who has diabetes. (He actually looks like he’s in his early 50s.) He now charts everything he eats on a computerized graph and, well, everything he eats is quite healthy now. He said he’s turned the whole thing into a “game.” With all this talk about healthcare reform lately, shouldn’t this also include a significant amount of talk about: prevention?… Traveling further north, we stopped at a beach in Naragansett, Rhode Island, where our kids swam for the afternoon. The waves were, oh, a little bit bigger (and cleaner) than the ones we see back home at Lake Erie… We then headed further north, where we stood in solidarity with some people protesting abortion in front of a Planned Parenthood office in Biddeford, Maine… We concluded the Route 1 Tour in Biddeford and headed back west, stopping first in Haverhill, Massachussetts, where I talked at All Saints Church about abortion. I noted that we’ve crossed the 50 million abortion threshold mark in this country. By comparison, I said six million people were killed during the Holocaust in Nazi Germany… We then headed further west where we went to the YMCA in Hollyoke, Massachussetts. While lifting some weights, I over-heard a man in his early 20s talking about his “addiction.” He said he plays an “Assassin” video game for two to three hours every night. This, basically, is about “going around and killing people,” he said. What’s more, he said a new movie is coming out with the plot being about someone playing a similar game, but they actually control a real assassin who, basically, “goes around killing people.” Our culture is getting so absolutely nuts it’s unbelievable.