Late to the game

by statia on February 8, 2005

Apparently people are all sorts of complaining to the FCC about the godaddy ad. Personally, I don’t care. I hate the superbowl. I hate football. I don’t care who won, I don’t care who played. I don’t care about the commercials (though, I did see the godaddy ad, part in parcel to the fact that all of my domains are registered with godaddy, and I like them). Half time shows can eat my asshole with a spoon. But there are people who are a little late to the party about last years superbowl half time show

Three people complained about last year?s Super Bowl halftime show, in which singer Janet Jackson?s right breast was displayed, sparking national debate about TV and indecency. That broadcast on CBS generated more than half a million complaints to the FCC and a backlash that had Fox executives and the National Football League vowing to stage a safe, non-controversial broadcast and halftime show.

The 2004 superbowl was over. A year ago. 2005 superbowl is over. Are you 3 assholes just reminding the FCC that Janet put on a titty show last year? Whoa, wouldn’t want anyone to forget an incident that had the United States talking for oh, I don’t know, about three months straight?. Get. a. life.

[link via Jeff]

Updated: Looks like Mikey and I had the same thoughts at the same time


fran February 8, 2005 at 1:14 pm

i wonder if they know each other….


mikey February 8, 2005 at 1:54 pm

seriously, they need to be sent to Amish country, where there’s no chance of them seeing a breast!

honestly, i think they’d prefer it if the women here dressed like muslim women – totally covered, with a veil over the face. no way any bare skin will see the light of day! yee haw!

Dell February 8, 2005 at 2:08 pm

People are tards. Seriously.

Deltus February 8, 2005 at 3:34 pm

Frankly, I wish that woman in the godaddy ad had shown more flesh. I WANT to see her boobs. I’m going to complain to the FCC that more flesh should be shown in Superbowl commercials.

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