Last week, I went with my wife to see "The Hunger Games."Now, had I been a 10-year-old, and had my wife been my mother, this very act could have been considered borderline child abuse. Because, apparently, if you let your younger children have anything to do with "The Hunger Games," you may as well hand them a pair of scissors and tell them to sprint up and down the stairs.It's all because of the violence. Which is actually quite refreshing when you think about it, since folks are usually asking how come we always freak out about sex, but we seem to be OK with our children being exposed to any old violent thing.Well, you'll be happy to know that now we're freaking out about violence, too. And not just any violence, but kid-on-kid violence.