Is profanity in commercials weird to anyone?

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Jun 6, 2004
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Did Pepsi actually take down the third video for copy write violation? Really? Nobody likes free advertisement anymore?
Damn that quick?

I originally had another link that got taken down, along with two others.

The feminists are after them though.

http://nation.foxnews.com/commercia...eed&utm_campaign=Feed:+FoxNation+(Fox+Nation)

http://jezebel.com/this-stupid-mountain-dew-commercial-is-causing-a-racial-486208256

http://www.feministe.us/blog/archiv...-dew-sells-racism-and-violence-against-women/
 
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I was watching Sportscenter this morning before work and at one point, a Comcast commercial aired featuring clips from that show "The Americans," and in the clips on the commercial, a character said "Goddamn it." Kinda shocked me.
 
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That's my problem. Why use profanity if you're just going to bleep it/mute it. There was a Jack in the Box commercial for a hamburger (I think), getting all these 'cool' people's reaction to the burger. One guy says (if I'm remembering correctly) "This is delicious as hell" with 'hell' bleeped. I thought that was so stupid.
 
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Did Pepsi actually take down the third video for copy write violation? Really? Nobody likes free advertisement anymore?
They're snatching every version of this off youtube minutes after it goes up.

On some 1984 shit, like it never existed.

Kind of bull that Youtube is actually acting like it's a copyright/piracy issue.
 
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