Oct 13th 2009 10:31AMIt's true though. Speculation is causing a lot of people to freak out. It's just a show, it's just a parade, and it's just a tv network. I say freak out when you see NBC with the bloody knife in it's hand.
Oct 1st 2009 11:24AMNor should it. A lot of these ads aren't to make you run out and buy it. It's just to keep their product top of mind so that when you do go out to buy... for example... soda, you remember that their brand of soda exists.
Sep 10th 2008 10:10AMWouldn't the real problem be the fact that you have children who are not being trained well enough at home to know that a cartoon is not the basis for which to base the rest of your life on?
You can say the show is promoting unhealthy lifestyles, however if we began banning shows that aren't squeaky clean we'll be left with Family Ties... and that show was cancelled ages ago.
Of course if you monitored your child's pop culture consumption, you wouldn't have to worry as much about what's on TV... cause you'd be right next to him or her to change the channel.
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