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(My Fox DC)   If you feel that our television channels are not already saturated with enough sex, vulgarity and profanity - you are correct. FARK: And the FCC agrees   ( ) divider line
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2013-05-22 01:13:17 PM  
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It won't matter to my kids, they are too busy downloading internet pr0n to care.
2013-05-22 10:02:05 AM  
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Most men don't look at nude women for the art's sake. Anyone who defends nudity so they can see Andy Sipowicz's naked ass is prurient and close to legally blind.

Just admit that you want to see naked chicks bounce across your big screen TV because you like giving your new brain a rest while the old brain stem takes over for a while. It's not about art; it's about boner. Or boner later.
2013-05-22 09:58:12 AM  
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gopher321: And in an Opinion piece for last week, Penny Young Nance - who most recently served as President of Nance and Associates and as Special Adviser for the FCC - stated that it was "unfathomable to think the FCC actually wants to allow more filth, such as frontal female nudity, the F-bomb, and the 'S' word on broadcast television during hours when our kids will be watching and listening."

Referring to nudity as "filth" - I think that says it all about these idiots.

I've seen some of their wives, filth might be the right word.
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