A. Joseph Ross
Wed Jun 16 01:04:34 EDT 2004
On 15 Jun 2004 at 19:01, David Moisan wrote:
> "When broadcasting over the radio,
> There are certain words we must omit.
> Like <bleep> and <blagh> and <bleearrgh>.
> My gosh, we can't even say Shaving Cream!
> Shaving Cream, be nice and clean
> Shave every day and you'll always look keen!"
I notice that "Sex in the City" is about to debut on WTBS. Of course, the nudity will be
edited out somehow, but I wonder how some of the subject matter and language will be
handled. I'm thinking, in particular, about onw episode involving an artist who paints women
models -- but only the area between their legs. And the C-word is used quite liberally. I
can't imagine how they can edit this and still have it make sense.
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