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2012-07-25 02:59:46 PM

Mugato: Mentat:

Hell obviously has a terrible IT department.

I simply refuse to believe that.


Y'know, that would explain a whole lot.
 
2012-07-25 03:01:15 PM

Mentat:

Hell obviously has a terrible IT department.


They still use CRT monitors, what do you think?

s7.postimage.org
 
2012-07-25 03:07:20 PM
My friend were 13 and brought home "Sid and Nancy" and "The Gate" from the local video store. His sister told our parents what Sid and Nancy was about, and they took it with them to dinner so we couldn't watch it.

LAME, but The Gate was awesome!
 
2012-07-25 03:50:39 PM

Mugato: Mentat: I still wonder why Satan was never able to figure out how to put messages on CD's.

You'd think it'd be a lot easier with CDs. Satan could embed the message in with all the 1s and 0s. On a record you have to make the effort to play it backwards and fark up your record player.


That's the sacrifice
 
2012-07-25 04:22:45 PM
I recall not being allowed to watch Top Gun when I was a kid (I was pretty small when it came out). Oddly it faded from interest when I was no doubt old enough, but it seemed like an illicit thrill to finally watch it years later (I think I was in college). After it was over, I was sort of let down, as to what the fuss was about.

Saw some excellent boobs in European Vacation at a very young age (I think that doomed the PG rating?).
 
2012-07-25 04:33:51 PM

nelsonal: I recall not being allowed to watch Top Gun when I was a kid (I was pretty small when it came out). Oddly it faded from interest when I was no doubt old enough, but it seemed like an illicit thrill to finally watch it years later (I think I was in college). After it was over, I was sort of let down, as to what the fuss was about.


She was right to shield you from that movie. Until Glee came along, Top Gun was responsible for turning more boys gay since Mary Poppins.
 
2012-07-25 05:00:22 PM
I was fairly liberal with my kids and let them watch pretty much anything they wanted to. We would discuss issues like nudity and violence afterwards. My ex and i felt it was a better approach than clamping down on everything.

Occasionally we would halt the watching of something that was really crass or really stupid when they were young. Really crappy movies earned our wrath, not necessarily sex and violence.

I'm so old that the only thing MY mother banned was Mickey Spillane novels. She thought that my reading SF was harmless and almost had a coronary when she found out some SF novels had sex scenes in them.

/ironically when I got to college one of my courses required the reading of a Mickey Spillane novel. He wasn't my cup of tea anyway.
 
2012-07-25 05:10:56 PM
Hell, I was 6 years old when I got dragged to the drive-in in 1963 to see Cleopatra, who supposedly blew 100 soldiers. In one night.

Well, not in the movie, and maybe it wasn't common knowledge back then. Mom/Dad probably just assumed I'd sleep through it.
 
2012-07-25 05:13:09 PM

Mentat: Things banned when I was a kid that I ignored:

He Man and the Masters of the Universe (satanic)
Dungeons and Dragons (satanic)
The Legend of Zelda (magic potions, satanic)
Heavy metal music (satanic messages encoded in vinyl records)

That said, my mom has mellowed a lot as she's aged, though I still wonder why Satan was never able to figure out how to put messages on CD's.


Same list for me.
Add in:

Beetlejuice - Ripped out of the VCR because of his Filthy Language (Diatribe in the Miniature Version of Town)
Star Trek TNG - It'll mess up your thinkin.
Saturday Morning cartoons - They aint good for you.
 
2012-07-25 05:18:13 PM

Optimal_Illusion: Mugato: Mentat:

Hell obviously has a terrible IT department.

I simply refuse to believe that.

Y'know, that would explain a whole lot.


I do hope that IT staff on earth get some kind of pass in the afterlife.
We suffer enough having to deal with the marketing drones.

I'll even take the sweet solace of sleep if it means the pointless questions will stop..
 
2012-07-25 05:30:35 PM
My mom was extremely strict about music. If it wasn't contemporary christian, I was not aloud to listen.

Films were a different story. I saw Robocop when I was about 5. Scarface before I was 10. I watched Seven and Pulp Fiction with her when I was in my early teens.

I was talking to her a few years ago when she told me she'd just watched Blue Velvet. She said she loved it. But she still refuses to listen to any music other than contemporary christian and gospel.
 
2012-07-25 05:31:24 PM

Delawheredad: I was fairly liberal with my kids and let them watch pretty much anything they wanted to. We would discuss issues like nudity and violence afterwards. My ex and i felt it was a better approach than clamping down on everything.

Occasionally we would halt the watching of something that was really crass or really stupid when they were young. Really crappy movies earned our wrath, not necessarily sex and violence.


I don't have kids. Never wanted them, never will. But one thing I do miss about not having a son is sitting down with him and showing him Die Hard for the first time.
 
2012-07-25 05:37:55 PM
My mom said "Alien" would be too scary. Of course I was 10 at the time. I pestered her for weeks and finally she broke down and took me to see it. I think she was more scared than I was.
 
2012-07-25 05:38:35 PM

alowishus: My mom was extremely strict about music. If it wasn't contemporary christian, I was not aloud to listen.

Films were a different story. I saw Robocop when I was about 5. Scarface before I was 10. I watched Seven and Pulp Fiction with her when I was in my early teens.

I was talking to her a few years ago when she told me she'd just watched Blue Velvet. She said she loved it. But she still refuses to listen to any music other than contemporary christian and gospel.


So she won't let you listen to Roy Orbison's In Dreams, but you could watch a movie where Dean Stockwell lipsynchs to it while a rapist/murder listens on while huffing on novacaine?

Well, that's no more bizarre than watching American Werewolf in London on SyFy where they left all the gore intact but bleeped out "asshole".
 
2012-07-25 05:59:10 PM
I wasn't allowed to watch "Jaws" as a kid. My mother was afraid it'd make me afraid of swimming in the ocean. (We used to go down the shore for a month every summer with the extended family.)

Still haven't seen it.
 
2012-07-25 06:44:22 PM
I once had Christian neighbors who kept their kids away from Harry Potter stuff probably because of what their church told them about witches. Seriously?

Harry Potter=magic wand
Moses= magic staff
....Characters that come back to life that should be dead, only son, chosen one, snakes, devils
....oh yeah those stories have no similarities at all.

Oh, but those parents didn't seem to mind their kids watching hours and hours of cartoons and playing video games every day.
 
2012-07-25 06:54:20 PM
My mother had the opposite problem: she would watch things at the theater, and then later she'd only really remember the general plot of the film and whether it was good or bad. Then, years later, she'd try to think of good movies we should see, and would have totally forgotten about things like the graphic rape scene at the beginning of Conan the Barbarian and the entire resolution of Chinatown. But I didn't see The Graduate until I was out watching stuff on my own, because the objectionable material was actually part of the plot.

For reference, my mother was moderately religious, has a mild phobia of sharp things, and absolutely hates gory movies. So she was probably more traumatized by showing us things like Alien and so on than we were from watching them. To her credit, she wouldn't pull the tape or anything, she'd just point out what was 'bad' and let us finish the video anyhow, though.

//Apparently she's also the target audience for the Dark Shadows movie, if anyone is curious why the hell anyone bothered making that.

shivashakti: I wasn't allowed to watch "Jaws" as a kid. My mother was afraid it'd make me afraid of swimming in the ocean. (We used to go down the shore for a month every summer with the extended family.)

Still haven't seen it.


To be fair, you're not really missing anything beyond the context for "we're gonna need a bigger boat". There wasn't really a lot to that movie, Jurrasic Park did the same general idea better.
 
2012-07-25 07:02:20 PM

Lipspinach: Mentat: Things banned when I was a kid that I ignored:

He Man and the Masters of the Universe (satanic)
Dungeons and Dragons (satanic)
The Legend of Zelda (magic potions, satanic)
Heavy metal music (satanic messages encoded in vinyl records)


Are there any of those things that you wouldn't have gained an interest in had they not been banned?

/curious


Like my mom would ever had heard of any of it if we weren't into it.
 
2012-07-25 07:19:13 PM

Jim_Callahan:
shivashakti: I wasn't allowed to watch "Jaws" as a kid. My mother was afraid it'd make me afraid of swimming in the ocean. (We used to go down the shore for a month every summer with the extended family.)

Still haven't seen it.

To be fair, you're not really missing anything beyond the context for "we're gonna need a bigger boat". There wasn't really a lot to that movie, Jurrasic Park did the same general idea better.


1/10
 
2012-07-25 07:21:02 PM
man, I'm glad my parents were lax on my movie watching habits. I saw the first 3 Alien films, both Terminator and Predator films by the time I was 10. There's probably others, but that's all I remember.
 
2012-07-25 07:30:27 PM
My parents were sane. They drew the line at R rated movies (until I was 15).


/Weirdest part of Howard the Duck (which I wish my parents had banned), duck tits
 
2012-07-25 08:15:23 PM
Can this include movies we were forced to watch? Silent Screams. For a while dad was a fundie and wanted to make sure I knew "what girl doctors do". What a d*%k.
 
2012-07-25 08:17:02 PM

gunga galunga: voodoowizard: The only movie I remember not being allowed to watch was Poltergeist.
Yeah, I was about 6 or 7 when it hit the video stores, understandable


Back in 1982, there were no shortage of traumatized children whose parents said "it's directed by that Spielberg guy, so it should be fine for the entire family."


He head-faked a lot of parents after E.T. came out. My folks took me to see Gremlins when I was 6. I thought it was hilarious, especially when the gremlin exploded in the microwave.
 
2012-07-25 08:18:24 PM
My mother was a teacher and after the first time a student told her to eat their shorts, The Simpsons was perma-banned from our home. It wasn't the language used, but just the fact that Bart talked back to his parents that made her not let me watch it.
 
2012-07-25 08:48:16 PM

Jim_Callahan: ...and would have totally forgotten about things like the graphic rape scene at the beginning of Conan the Barbarian and the entire resolution of Chinatown.


I've seen that flick probably 100 times and don't remember any rape scene. Conan bangs a slave, a witch and a female body builder but no rape. You sure you're not thinking of "Deliverance?"
 
2012-07-25 09:05:22 PM

Blathering Idjut: Jim_Callahan: ...and would have totally forgotten about things like the graphic rape scene at the beginning of Conan the Barbarian and the entire resolution of Chinatown.

I've seen that flick probably 100 times and don't remember any rape scene. Conan bangs a slave, a witch and a female body builder but no rape. You sure you're not thinking of "Deliverance?"


To be fair, neither the director nor Arnold remember Bergman getting naked, because on the commentary they are both bragging how tasteful the sex scene is and how they didn't show any nudity, seconds before she rolls over and gives us the goods.
 
2012-07-25 09:15:26 PM

Blathering Idjut: Jim_Callahan: ...and would have totally forgotten about things like the graphic rape scene at the beginning of Conan the Barbarian and the entire resolution of Chinatown.

I've seen that flick probably 100 times and don't remember any rape scene. Conan bangs a slave, a witch and a female body builder but no rape. You sure you're not thinking of "Deliverance?"


Yeah, I'm not remembering any rape in Conan, either. Unless there's something at the beginning when his village is slaughtered by Doom.
 
2012-07-25 09:18:16 PM

Angry Buddha: Carth: When Back to the Future was made they traveled back in time 30 years to 1955. They should do a remake in 2015 where they go back to the mid 80s. It will be like hot tub time machine but even funnier.

Given the cast, I'm not sure how that film would shake out.


www.businesspundit.com
 
2012-07-25 10:15:38 PM

edip1976: They still use CRT monitors, what do you think?


Old video games.
 
2012-07-25 10:39:09 PM
I am getting a kick that Back to the Future is my favorite triology and my parents did stop me from seeing it as a kid. However, they had a good reason for stopping me from seeing the movie. We were broke and I mean we had been homeless, lived in shelters, lived in projects, been on welfare and by the time I was in hs we moved up to renting a HUD home. We didn't get cable till I got a full time job during my senior year to pay for it and I had to buy the tv to watch it on.

They did ban The Simpsons and I had to sneak South Park. I bet none of you thought I would watch SP, but I gave that up and some other stuff a few years back.

/I wish I was kidding
//some parents aren't just crazy,but also poor providers
///my kids will never see a life like that, if I have anything to do with it
 
2012-07-25 10:40:53 PM
"Mum believed Dumbo died halfway through, and the second half of the film was a vision of the afterlife"

You know... watching it assuming that makes for a very different viewing experience.
 
2012-07-25 11:03:15 PM
I remember being "banned" from watching the simpsons on and off. I distinctively remember being
banned a season or two because, of the Cape Feare Episode because of this scene alone
Also, remember the first time my mom saw beavis and butt-head after this it was "banned"

/still snuck watching them though
 
2012-07-26 02:21:54 AM
After the family got cable in the early 80's, I was not to watch anything R, regardless of content, though I was 14-15 years old. Annoying, when the 6 year old girls next door had no such restrictions. They were a bit uncomfortable when brief nudity popped up in some of the old PG rated movies, like Clash of the Titans and Modern Problems, but didn't chase me out of the room.
 
2012-07-26 02:39:28 AM
My parents fast forwarded the first 5 minutes of "A New Hope" when i was a kid cause it was "too violent"

Flintstones and Simpsons were NOT allowed because they had bad family values.


It could have been worse -- i remember being 16 and at my friends house and his older sister told on him cause we were watching mortal combat 2 and it had dragons in it. They were crazy. They banned drums in their church because thats how "tribal people" spoke to the devil.

Those crazy seventh day Adventists are just whacky
 
2012-07-26 05:05:13 AM
I'm hoping someone can relate....

When I was six or seven my much older sister wanted to rent 'Nightmare On Elm Street'. Naturally, I wanted to see it too. I swore I wouldn't be scared. My parents said I was too little, but I insisted. My Dad really liked scary movies, and my Mom could tolerate them - so we ended up having our first scary movie night after some arguing at Blockbuster (you had to go to video stores back then. Also, we wore porkchops on our belts, which was the fashion at the time).

We get home and start the movie and it was scary as hell. I'm trying to psych myself up, reminding myself that it's not real. Somehow, in my stupid little kid brain, I felt like I could be 'not afraid' by pretending I was on a 'team' with Freddy. So, instead of being scared, I could cheer him on. I was still pretty scared - but somehow, it seemed like the smartest....no.....the only viable option. It was either piss myself and cry like a little girl - or cheer on Freddy.

So I did - at the next scary scene - I was all 'Yeah! Kill her!'

At which point my Mom freaked the hell out, sent me to my room (where I was deathly afraid of Freddy coming to get me) and banned me from watching scary movies until I was 14. Also, I'm pretty sure she was convinced I'd become a serial killer - and once school shootings became popular....I don't think she would have been surprised if I'd done one.
 
2012-07-26 07:23:33 AM
When my brother (2 years older than me) turned 13, he developed a big interest in Bruce Lee films. Since we were usually the only ones home for a few hours after school, he insisted that I had to go to my room to do homework or go outside to play while he watched his Bruce Lee tapes in the living room, because they were too violent for little kids. Naturally, I took the first opportunity to sneak into his room to find them and see for myself. Turns out 'Bruce Lee' was his codeword for porn.

My dad tried banning us from watching The Simpsons or Beavis & Butthead because he had heard they were bad until he walked in on us sneaking it behind his back, watched for 5 minutes, and ended up laughing harder than either of us. Then it was ok.
 
2012-07-26 07:54:48 AM

Fark_Guy_Rob: I'm hoping someone can relate....

When I was six or seven my much older sister wanted to rent 'Nightmare On Elm Street'. Naturally, I wanted to see it too. I swore I wouldn't be scared. My parents said I was too little, but I insisted. My Dad really liked scary movies, and my Mom could tolerate them - so we ended up having our first scary movie night after some arguing at Blockbuster (you had to go to video stores back then. Also, we wore porkchops on our belts, which was the fashion at the time).

We get home and start the movie and it was scary as hell. I'm trying to psych myself up, reminding myself that it's not real. Somehow, in my stupid little kid brain, I felt like I could be 'not afraid' by pretending I was on a 'team' with Freddy. So, instead of being scared, I could cheer him on. I was still pretty scared - but somehow, it seemed like the smartest....no.....the only viable option. It was either piss myself and cry like a little girl - or cheer on Freddy.

So I did - at the next scary scene - I was all 'Yeah! Kill her!'

At which point my Mom freaked the hell out, sent me to my room (where I was deathly afraid of Freddy coming to get me) and banned me from watching scary movies until I was 14. Also, I'm pretty sure she was convinced I'd become a serial killer - and once school shootings became popular....I don't think she would have been surprised if I'd done one.


But that's the whole point to Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th, and most other slasher films: The audience is supposed to hate most of the victims because they're stupid, vapid, rotten kids who deserve to have the killer do something gruesome to them. The "winner" in a slasher flick should always be the monster. The long, remaining kid/victim should get some shallow victory ("Ha ha I sent him to hell!") but the monster ALWAYS climbs out of the trap/defeat by the end of the flick, or at least we know he'll be back for the sequel.

Cheering on Jason or Freddy is what it's all about. Your mom's the one with screwed-up priorities! You had it right!
 
2012-07-26 08:12:02 AM

Jim_Callahan: My mother had the opposite problem: she would watch things at the theater, and then later she'd only really remember the general plot of the film and whether it was good or bad. Then, years later, she'd try to think of good movies we should see, and would have totally forgotten about things like the graphic rape scene at the beginning of Conan the Barbarian and the entire resolution of Chinatown. But I didn't see The Graduate until I was out watching stuff on my own, because the objectionable material was actually part of the plot.

For reference, my mother was moderately religious, has a mild phobia of sharp things, and absolutely hates gory movies. So she was probably more traumatized by showing us things like Alien and so on than we were from watching them. To her credit, she wouldn't pull the tape or anything, she'd just point out what was 'bad' and let us finish the video anyhow, though.

//Apparently she's also the target audience for the Dark Shadows movie, if anyone is curious why the hell anyone bothered making that.

shivashakti: I wasn't allowed to watch "Jaws" as a kid. My mother was afraid it'd make me afraid of swimming in the ocean. (We used to go down the shore for a month every summer with the extended family.)

Still haven't seen it.

To be fair, you're not really missing anything beyond the context for "we're gonna need a bigger boat". There wasn't really a lot to that movie, Jurrasic Park did the same general idea better.


This.

In Jurassic Park, it finally dawned on Spielburg to, you know, show the actual dinosaurs. In Jaws, he was all "I've got a brilliant idea. Let's NOT show the shark. Let's just show yellow barrels instead. Hey, look! That pier is turning around! Ooooooo, scary!"

And don't even get me started on that boring ten minute speech about I don't even know what by that captain.
 
2012-07-26 08:54:59 AM

gunga galunga: In Jaws, he was all "I've got a brilliant idea. Let's NOT show the shark.


IIRC it was more like "The mechanical shark props we have keep breaking ...we have to figure out a way to use them as little as possible."

/Jaws was a very troubled shoot and quite a few scenes ended up far different than originally planned due to prop malfunctions, real shark attacks, the general chaotic nature of shooting on the ocean etc...
 
2012-07-26 09:00:45 AM
I wasn't allowed to watch Oliver and Company because "dogs beat up a little girl at the end." I finally saw it a couple years ago, and it was boring. I probably would have been bored in 1996 as well.
 
2012-07-26 09:14:08 AM
my parents never actually banned me from watching a movie with them, but my mother always sat next to me and if anything really adult happened onscreen, nudity or super graphic violence, she would really quickly cover my eyes with her hands, but once the scene was over, she would remove her hands and let me watch the rest of the movie. i always thought it was silly.

one time though, we were watching tango and cash and during the scene where kurt russell goes to the club and watches teri hatcher perform on stage, my dad told me to leave the room for a few minutes. he assumed that teri hatcher was a stripper, but she just does a dance and music routine. so my dad called me back into the room right when kurt russell goes backstage, where all the topless chicks are standing around. i walked in just in time to see a bunch of tits on screen, it was perfect.
 
2012-07-26 09:21:18 AM

enderthexenocide: one time though, we were watching tango and cash and during the scene where kurt russell goes to the club and watches teri hatcher perform on stage, my dad told me to leave the room for a few minutes. he assumed that teri hatcher was a stripper, but she just does a dance and music routine. so my dad called me back into the room right when kurt russell goes backstage, where all the topless chicks are standing around. i walked in just in time to see a bunch of tits on screen, it was perfect.


That was Teri Hatcher? Huh, you learn something new all the time..
 
2012-07-26 09:24:14 AM

Snapper Carr: gunga galunga: In Jaws, he was all "I've got a brilliant idea. Let's NOT show the shark.

IIRC it was more like "The mechanical shark props we have keep breaking ...we have to figure out a way to use them as little as possible."

/Jaws was a very troubled shoot and quite a few scenes ended up far different than originally planned due to prop malfunctions, real shark attacks, the general chaotic nature of shooting on the ocean etc...


You remember correctly. I was being sarcastic. Actually, the scene at the pier and Quint's USS Indianapolis speech are my two favorite moments in the file.

What always gets me about the pier scene is the long shot of the fisherman trying to swim back to shore with the pier following behind him. Makes the audience ask itself, just how long was that chain anyway?
 
2012-07-26 10:48:19 AM

gunga galunga: Jim_Callahan: My mother had the opposite problem: she would watch things at the theater, and then later she'd only really remember the general plot of the film and whether it was good or bad. Then, years later, she'd try to think of good movies we should see, and would have totally forgotten about things like the graphic rape scene at the beginning of Conan the Barbarian and the entire resolution of Chinatown. But I didn't see The Graduate until I was out watching stuff on my own, because the objectionable material was actually part of the plot.

For reference, my mother was moderately religious, has a mild phobia of sharp things, and absolutely hates gory movies. So she was probably more traumatized by showing us things like Alien and so on than we were from watching them. To her credit, she wouldn't pull the tape or anything, she'd just point out what was 'bad' and let us finish the video anyhow, though.

//Apparently she's also the target audience for the Dark Shadows movie, if anyone is curious why the hell anyone bothered making that.

shivashakti: I wasn't allowed to watch "Jaws" as a kid. My mother was afraid it'd make me afraid of swimming in the ocean. (We used to go down the shore for a month every summer with the extended family.)

Still haven't seen it.

To be fair, you're not really missing anything beyond the context for "we're gonna need a bigger boat". There wasn't really a lot to that movie, Jurrasic Park did the same general idea better.

This.

In Jurassic Park, it finally dawned on Spielburg to, you know, show the actual dinosaurs. In Jaws, he was all "I've got a brilliant idea. Let's NOT show the shark. Let's just show yellow barrels instead. Hey, look! That pier is turning around! Ooooooo, scary!"

And don't even get me started on that boring ten minute speech about I don't even know what by that captain.


9.6/10, well done!
 
2012-07-26 02:33:04 PM
My mom told me:

"You must enable the PECL memcached or memcache extension to use memcache.inc"

Stuck with me forever...
 
2012-07-26 02:40:54 PM
My oldest son loved Jaws when he was 3, so I recorded it off the tv pausing at the bad parts as necessary. He must have watched it 200 times
 
2012-07-26 03:20:54 PM
I was never forbidden from watching movies (they took me to Jaws when I was 7), but my father wouldn't let me watch Charlie's Angels because -- and I kid you not -- it was "too feminist".
 
2012-07-26 03:51:11 PM

Dull Cow Eyes: I once had Christian neighbors who kept their kids away from Harry Potter stuff probably because of what their church told them about witches. Seriously?

Harry Potter=magic wand
Moses= magic staff
....Characters that come back to life that should be dead, only son, chosen one, snakes, devils
....oh yeah those stories have no similarities at all.

Oh, but those parents didn't seem to mind their kids watching hours and hours of cartoons and playing video games every day.


Yeah, most of the anti-Harry Potter people I knew (who probably still don't know The Onion is a satire site) were totally OK with the Lord of the Rings books and films. So...magic by adults is ok, but magic by kids is of the devil?
 
2012-07-27 08:36:04 AM

precia: I wasn't allowed to watch Oliver and Company because "dogs beat up a little girl at the end." I finally saw it a couple years ago, and it was boring. I probably would have been bored in 1996 as well.


I thought it was sad how the villain's two attack dogs die at the end.
 
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