posted on Nov, 24 2004 @ 11:29 AM
Hoping to avoid the government's ire, the creator of a reality TV show that helps furious lovers track down and confront their philandering mates is
trying to tone down the show's tawdriness.
"If that makes Uncle George happy, well I want to make him happy," Goldstein said, referring to President Bush. "It is a form of censorship but
I'm proud to pay whatever I have to pay to live in America."
I gotta say, well said! But the conformity issue i have a hard time agreeing to and here's why.
I'm American and currently living in Canada (employment contract). Late at night i'm usually hooked on Canadian broadcasting channels and the
programming they offer to adults. Around midnight, i have access to tasteful programming such as 'the naked news' and 'sextv' on CityTV and other
uniquely Canadian shows like 'ed the sock'
Another thing is that Canadian broadcasting restrictions drops censorship for foul language at
appropriate "adult time" hours.
The article also mentions when ABC affiliates decided not to air the Academy Award-winning World War II drama "Saving Private Ryan" because they
worried the violence and profanity would lead to indecency penalties.