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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Ryan Van Cleave
At the height of what he calls his addiction, Ryan Van Cleave would stand in the grocery store checkout line with his milk and bread and baby food for his little girls and for a split second think he was living inside a video game.
He had told his wife that he was going to buy cough drops for his sore throat.
"There was always something better and cooler," he said. "You can never have enough in-game money, enough armor, enough support. You've got to keep up with the virtual Joneses."