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musalana

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Date Signed Up:6/26/2011
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"I may not be batshit crazy but i'm sure as hell not sane"

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#8 - to be honest it was anamerican show (I'm pretty sure) but with…  [+] (2 replies) 04/13/2016 on But rarely followed 0
#9 - sjohnson (04/13/2016) [-]
Nope I'm Canadian but my tv gets American networks, some of which play movies.

I've lost count of how many times the network makes alterations to the movie (especially comedies) they change the line and it ruins the joke.

A movie I'll use as an example is enemy at the gates. One particular scene in the original version a Russian soldier says "Fuck this I'm going!" On an American network she says "Forget this I'm going!" But not 2 seconds later she gets her brains blown out
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#10 - musalana (04/13/2016) [-]
hm. true. Fuck i barely watch tv anymore anyways so i guess i haven't really noticed all that much. Sorry man, I guess i was just hoping it wasn't as fucked up as it is
#6 - Canadian but close enough. and have you ever been to…  [+] (4 replies) 04/04/2016 on But rarely followed 0
#7 - sjohnson (04/04/2016) [-]
i have, i watched movies on american network, and you cant say fuck, but someone getting a bullet in her head with a lot of blood, ah thats ok.

canada [from what i experienced] only censors the word fuck, but shit or something like that, naw we let it go
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#8 - musalana (04/13/2016) [-]
to be honest it was anamerican show (I'm pretty sure) but with a lot of american comedy nowadays swearing is like the new fart joke. Deadpool for example had more swearing than gore and it was still the biggest grossing comic movie. Ted and ted 2 are a good example too. Robot Chickens popularity. I would understand though if you were from a farther country and only saw internationally released films which are usually more family oriented or super action film.
#9 - sjohnson (04/13/2016) [-]
Nope I'm Canadian but my tv gets American networks, some of which play movies.

I've lost count of how many times the network makes alterations to the movie (especially comedies) they change the line and it ruins the joke.

A movie I'll use as an example is enemy at the gates. One particular scene in the original version a Russian soldier says "Fuck this I'm going!" On an American network she says "Forget this I'm going!" But not 2 seconds later she gets her brains blown out
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#10 - musalana (04/13/2016) [-]
hm. true. Fuck i barely watch tv anymore anyways so i guess i haven't really noticed all that much. Sorry man, I guess i was just hoping it wasn't as fucked up as it is
#2 - my mum used to let me watch ER with her. **** ****** me up but…  [+] (6 replies) 04/03/2016 on But rarely followed +2
#4 - sjohnson (04/03/2016) [-]
You from USA? lol

Americans tend to be ok with violence and gore, but language and nudity is wrong
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#6 - musalana (04/04/2016) [-]
Canadian but close enough.

and have you ever been to the states? Because pretty sure America doesn't really give a fuck unless it's against someone rich or in power or god

but that's just my interpretation
#7 - sjohnson (04/04/2016) [-]
i have, i watched movies on american network, and you cant say fuck, but someone getting a bullet in her head with a lot of blood, ah thats ok.

canada [from what i experienced] only censors the word fuck, but shit or something like that, naw we let it go
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#8 - musalana (04/13/2016) [-]
to be honest it was anamerican show (I'm pretty sure) but with a lot of american comedy nowadays swearing is like the new fart joke. Deadpool for example had more swearing than gore and it was still the biggest grossing comic movie. Ted and ted 2 are a good example too. Robot Chickens popularity. I would understand though if you were from a farther country and only saw internationally released films which are usually more family oriented or super action film.
#9 - sjohnson (04/13/2016) [-]
Nope I'm Canadian but my tv gets American networks, some of which play movies.

I've lost count of how many times the network makes alterations to the movie (especially comedies) they change the line and it ruins the joke.

A movie I'll use as an example is enemy at the gates. One particular scene in the original version a Russian soldier says "Fuck this I'm going!" On an American network she says "Forget this I'm going!" But not 2 seconds later she gets her brains blown out
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#10 - musalana (04/13/2016) [-]
hm. true. Fuck i barely watch tv anymore anyways so i guess i haven't really noticed all that much. Sorry man, I guess i was just hoping it wasn't as fucked up as it is