Tuesday, January 25, 2005

Yaaay, More Links

And they're related this time!

From The Onion: As the nation approaches the one-year anniversary of the Super Bowl XXXVIII tragedy, an FCC study shows that millions of U.S. children were severely traumatized by the exposure to a partially nude female breast during the Feb. 1, 2004 halftime show.

"No one who lived through that day is likely to forget the horror," said noted child therapist Dr. Eli Wasserbaum. "But it was especially hard on the children."

Now, a real article: The Federal Communications Commission denied 36 indecency complaints yesterday, a move that is expected to further confuse broadcasters about what is permitted on the public airwaves.

All 36 complaints were generated by the Parents Television Council, the conservative watchdog group that has criticized the FCC's yearlong crackdown on indecency, saying it has not been tough enough on broadcasters.

My two cents: God-fucking-damn I hate the PTC. This decision is hopefully the first in a long line of go home and get your fuckin' shineboxes for this group of prissy pansies. Some years ago it was professional wrestling, now it's all my programs...these prudish fuckers are gonna get what's coming to 'em if they don't cease and desist this incessant whining posthaste. Anyone have any bright ideas as to how to defeat these guys, other than hiring a techie to plant a bunch of kiddie porn on the PTC President's office computer?


At 10:09 AM, Blogger Jason Mulgrew said...

My only hope is that one day I can create a television show so offensive that the PTC will assassinate me. I can think of a no more glorious death.

At 10:26 AM, Blogger Ace Cowboy said...

I love you, Jason Mulgrew, I knew you had my back...

We'll call it "The PTC Fucks Bangs Horses with a Butter Knife and a Shoestring." People will love it.

At 12:38 PM, Blogger jakezebra said...

See, that's an episode right there.

At 1:10 PM, Blogger Ace Cowboy said...

--What did you do today?
--I got up and went to work.


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