A bit more on censorship

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A bit more on censorship

Post by Hero of the Day » Sun Jan 08, 2006 6:39 pm

This sorta relates to another post; but is different enough to be seperate.

I am going to attempt to focus in on several people or incidents where censorship went way overboard. Additionally I am going to highlight some of the people banging the censorship drum the loudest.

Ok first of all a quick look at the Janet Jackson superbowl halftime show. Everyone by now knows what happened. This event caused outrage to many people who were supposedly watching the game (many with their church groups), however most of the complaints
were not filed until days after the incident. Additionally one person filed a lawsuit claiming the incident caused outrage, embarresment and serious injury.

Lets get real here, serious injury? What did someone get some chafing when they jacked off without lube? or was it a wrist injury from the speed and intensity that was reached? All this bullshit came about when the american family association and similar groups started bitching.

Next is Howard Stern, who has been a long time target of the fcc and family values groups.
This man has done alot of things that make the censors blood pressure rise, but lets face it thats what he is paid to do, thats why people listen to him. Here are some of his
incidents

Finally we will talk about Opie and Anthony, a couple of radio jocks who follow in howard sterns footsteps. These two managed to upset The Catholic League with their live broadcast of a couple having sex in St Patricks Cathedral. Some might argue that public sex is wrong, especially in a church. However I say there are bigger things to worry about.

The point is censorship as gotten out of control in todays society. We might as well replace the FCC with the american family association, since the two seem to be interchangeable.
I personally dont want these people telling me what to watch. First I can make my own decisions and second I am not a ultra religious prude (like they act, though they probably have porn on their computers and get a hard on for a JLO or Britney Spears video). I happen to like porn and am not against public sex or seeing a nipple on tv. These idiots are causing us to move backwards, this is why the Declaration of Independence was written, The United States was founded on the Idea of personal liberties and I will be damned if I am going to give them up. So I say to the religious nuts and censorship mongers, climb down off your high horse, and quit ruining it for the rest of us. DONT LIKE IT? DONT LISTEN TO IT OR DONT WATCH IT!!
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Post by MP81 » Mon Jan 09, 2006 2:42 pm

Absolutely fucking spot on man.

I hate the FCC more than I hate the IRS or Bush.

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Post by StoneColdDano » Wed Jan 11, 2006 10:25 pm

Dude, yer too young to worry about all three of those things you just mentioned.
Kiss my ass...

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Post by MP81 » Wed Jan 11, 2006 11:04 pm

Three things?

I have to worry about the FCC because they ruin everything with their uncontrollable censoring...

Bush is just a funny-looking (chimp-like) guy, but I do feel bad for him with the whole Happy Holidays deal...

And I guess you're right on the IRS...but they are a bunch of sleeze-bags...

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