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skippy the bush kangaroo

Monday, September 17, 2007

god damn mothers


leave it to tallulah morehead to comment on sally field's bleeped emmy speech:

but even worse tonight, was sally field's filthy mouth. honestly sally, do you eat with that mouth? do you kiss your mother with that mouth? do you go down on men with that mouth? fortunately fox television wisely saved all of us from having to hear her salacious and revolting comments, since their broadcast, under some sort of free speech thingy, would have ended all civilization as we know it. do you know what happened in the theater? when the filth flowed from sally's lips, the heads of everyone in the first ten rows exploded, everyone in the next 20 rows committed suicide, and the people in the remaining rows all went violently insane, and are now running amok in anaheim, killing and terrorizing tourists and minimum wage workers dressed as mickey mouse and goofy. the brave network censor who heard what she said and hit the bleep-out button, did so at the sacrifice of his own life, as hearing sally's uncensored speech caused his brain to liquefy, and flow out his ears. i know many people think that censors are flagrant flaming assholes who think themselves qualified to judge what you may or may not hear, but they are really brave heroes, taking the verbal bullets of free speech so you don't have to. thank god for censors.

because without fox censors, you would have heard sally say, "i'm proud to be one of those women, and let's face it, if mothers ruled the world, there would be no goddamned wars in the first place,"
actually, most of tallulah's emmy review is pretty god damn mother funny.

addendum: you can hear sally, unbleeped, here. and, to tell the truth, we admire her for having the guts to speak her mind. in fact, we like her. we really like her.

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posted by skippy at 1:38 PM |


Serves her right for running a half second into commercial time!
commented by Blogger Carl, 2:05 PM PDT  
Ironically, it's about the only part of the Emmy's I saw. So much for freedom of speech...
commented by Anonymous allison, 9:09 PM PDT  
She rocked...and I was glad to know that the rest of the world saw and heard it...even the applause that Fox blocked...
commented by Blogger enigma4ever, 3:56 AM PDT  

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