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Sunday, October 20, 2013

It's Time For Another Clue-By-Four



The FCC Released A Bunch Of ‘Simpsons’-Related Indecency Complaints, And They Are Pretty Great

Here's another example, some idiot on ToonZone a few years ago whining and moaning about how the "Gargoyles" episode, Deadly Force, shouldn't have been made. - this one is old, I know... but it still makes my blood boil.

If these people have a problem with the content of a show, there is a simple solution: change the channel, turn the television off or program the parental controls to only allow TV-G content. Oh wait, these people want to control the content that I get to watch on my own television? Mind your own business, you fundie puritan zealots!

I wish these moral guardians would do society a favor and pick up their guns, stick the barrel into their mouths and pull the trigger. They whine, they bitch, they moan. They fucking hate the First Amendment.... either move to the Middle East where nothing that offends their sensibilities will ever be aired, or commit suicide. But they need to get the fuck out of this country.

6 comments:

  1. I do not care for moral guardians and The Simpsons. The former needs to suck it up and the latter, I'm not going to cry if it gets cancelled.

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  2. "Language used was the concern. Talking about taking a poop, found this offensive. Another was having to take a pee, found offensive as well. Need to use better language as in the past when language was more pure."

    They complain about how language should be more pure (because poop, pee are offensive words? Christ) on a show where Homer strangling his own child has been a gag on that show for over 24 years strong?

    In the immortal words of Professor Farnsworth: "I don't want to live on this planet anymore."

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    1. No, if anything, these people should get the hell off OUR planet.

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  3. Why did that person dislike "Deadly Force?" Because of how it handled the anti gun message? I thought that's what everyone praised about it! At least back in the day, they did.

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    1. Because it freaked them out. It was scary.

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  4. Stupid moral guardians. I feel The Simpsons best summed these people up when they turned Flanders into one, where he spends HOURS watching stuff just so he can find content to complain about it. I swear, that has to be what these people are doing. They have no life and just want to rant about things.

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