July 31st 2010 5:13 pm
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Everybody knows a nature show can't run on television without being G-rated. My younger human often watched nature shows with her folks growing up. And my people go to nature-based theatrical releases even though most of them don't draw big crowds or big bucks because of being family-oriented movies.
And now one of the tours at the C & D Cruise Lines has been censored supposedly for not being "G-rated". Was it because of the description used to introduce a form of wildlife on the Galapagos Islands? Even nature shows explain certain words as they go along that ensures the airing of the program. How politically correct do you have to be? My people protest the ban on peanut products in certain places by making a point of having something for dessert containing peanut butter when they go out to eat. Will we have to resort to similar acts to salvage the tours that have been termed informational and educational? What ever happened to the First Amendment?
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Go, Bitu! Let them know the way it is, girl!
I support you 100%. Shame on Catster for ptting their nose into where it does/did not belong!!!
That's not "politically correct", that's being "family friendly". There's a difference. The nature programs wanted to be "family friendly" to protect the children and those who think King Kong should have to wear pants and appears to be exempt from the idea of freedom of speech (you know, for the children).
Congrats on being DDP.