If a lifetime can be likened to a day, then this is Happy Hour!
Don't know which specific case the cartoon may be referring to, but a small burg around here, Middleborough, just enacted fines for cursing. Most other (sane) folk are of the opinion that the first time it's challenged, they will become the laughingstock of the state.
And I agree.
Y'know, I'm thinkin' that, locally, folks should be allowed to put some kind of limitation on what they have to hearWhat I mean is, if we gotta go someplace to avoid something, like language that offends us, the assclowns who use the f-bomb with impunity should be somehow excluded from that place
I understand what you're saying, and think that's especially true around small children. Bigger ones, too.
It's all about competition - antenna TV is the new AM radio. They need tits, ass, and vulgarity to gain audience.On that note, I was secretly watching the secretary play with a pen and tapping on her teeth today. So when I arrived home, I played a kissing song on the tube of U. Feet up, cat on my lap and sipping some old Cutty Sark I found under the sink (I usually use it for cleaning)...I love her foreign accent:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lyZQOSH1kKk
Very nice clip, coeur.
Just be polite... that's all I ask.