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Grinchie Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon May-04-09 05:46 PM
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25. They should have stuck to tying her down and waterboarding her, but no...
Or may be they could've cut to an individual being shot in the chest by a shotgun.

The American public's unnatural fear of the human anatonmy and the "Harm" 9/16's of a second of a female breast will presumably cause to society is just a sympton of how sexually repressed and sick its citizens are.

Of course, Americans have never experienced Television in Europe, so they have no idea that the rest of the world is not as prudishly preoccupied with automatically associating and view of the human body as pornography, or something "Bad".

In America, it is imperitave to stifle this most basic, intrinsic instinct in order to cause internal psychological conflict, which results in misdirected releases of pent up energy towards consumption, compulsory obedience, and in worse cases, mass neurosis.

Religion reinforces it, Educational systems demand it, and Governmental and Corporate forces exploit it. Meanwhile, Americans get sicker and sicker without knowing why their life is full of stress and displeasure.

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