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Snoop Dogg Excited About Appearing In 'Muppets' Christmas Special

Discussion in 'Muppet Headlines' started by Traveling Matt, Aug 12, 2002.

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  1. Cantus Rock

    Cantus Rock New Member

    Uh...I messed up a bit...that is the editted version of my original post. Sorry about that all.

    -Matt
  2. FellowWLover

    FellowWLover Member

    Now there is some sexism if I ever heard it... two people commit an illegal sex act. The women are the lowest forms of life on earth, and the men are sad individuals, presumably worthy of pity not condemnation. Hmm.
  3. Cantus Rock

    Cantus Rock New Member

    I guess that didn't come out in type the way I thought it. Those statements were supposed to run together to apply to both people. Both sexes deserve ample condemnation. And, what about male prostitutes? Same applies to them, and they're male.

    -Matt
  4. towels

    towels New Member

    open debate...open debate!

    Let's play the draw the line game.
    What about in Fatal Attraction (as an example)? They filmed a sex act. Should they be arrested? How much can be shown before it's illegal? Heck, people are sleeping together all the time on Friends.
    Or is it about body parts? Unless you agree with Ashcroft on the statue issue, are you defining it as body parts on film? What if they shoot it digitally?
    It seems very hard to define once you get to the details.

    Or perhaps it's because I'm from different camp and feel what two consenting people do with each other is their business. It's not my job to judge what people are entertained by anyway. Otherwise Adam Sandler would be broke!
  5. FellowWLover

    FellowWLover Member

    Now just what was *that* supposed to mean?

    Heh.
  6. Cantus Rock

    Cantus Rock New Member

    heh, just a little jokey...we've had our bad run-ins in the past, that's all...:)

    Towels, your post is a good one, and I will be replying to it later this evening.

    -Matt
  7. tomahawk

    tomahawk Member

    first of all matt i don't know where you got the impression that i said there were no good hip hop artists. i was just stating that snoop was a higher profile target for the media to rain thier ever-wonderful c%@p upon. and as for abolishing all porn, i think i'm going to pop in a few of my "secret videos".
  8. Boober_Baby

    Boober_Baby New Member

    Dude! I love porn! (I'm a sick, sad individual)

    No really... it's HILARIOUS! The way I see it is porn is a good thing. It provides hours of comedy to immature people like me. I mean, no one actually has sex that way. And the guy is always so ugly and hairy, but somehow... he always gets the hottest chick. It's so, so FUNNY!

    And yeah! You go, Tomahawk! You go!

    ^_^
  9. tomahawk

    tomahawk Member

    oh and i did.thanks for the support.
  10. beaker

    beaker Well-Known Member

    The fact is Im protesting Snoop Dogg in the Muppet film because he's so 1994...they should have gotten Busta Rhymes, as he's much more Muppet looking and slightly more relevant.

    As for 'moral' rappers vs gansta rap artists. Sure Coolio, Will Smith, LL Cool J are considered 'safe, pg' rappers...but these guys are slightly mor emoney to obtain than has been mid 90's West Coast gangsta artists.

    I believe certain PC sensibilities are holding back what people are trying to say here. I'll leave it at that.

    But for the record, I think its interesting how Sesame Street is an inner city ubran dwelling...and look how nice that show ended up being.

    Perhaps some people get clouded by what they see on MTV(or "eMpTyV" as I say) Perhaps images of Emenem, Puff Daddy, and Jay-Z clout their perception of inner city life...or just the 'urban' fashion(which despite it not being 1990, is still popular) Go to any mall, the urban style is still quite popular.
    Dragon Ball Z shirts seem to be the newest trend.

    The idea that 'clean, safe white rock' that promotes drug use is poppycock.

    Finally...the real argument should be why the heck do they have to settle for Snoop Dogg...who like Monica Lewinski, Newt Gengrich, and OJ Simpsons is from the lame 90's archives.
  11. pdiddy

    pdiddy New Member

  12. Cantus Rock

    Cantus Rock New Member

    ...and thankfully that can close my end of the discussion. There is such pathos emulating from this thread its making me sick.

    -Matt
  13. Cantus' Ghost

    Cantus' Ghost New Member

    Re: Snoop Dog- Degenerate Programming

    His name is derived from a "sex act," is it? WHO CARES?????????????????????
  14. danielromens

    danielromens Member

    Forumers don't be fooled, Patty's name was derived for an affinity with a certain style breakfast sausage. This can also be found in the form of chicken, fish, peppermint and even vegan styles. With the exception of the later these horrible products are known to lead to health problems and I vex the incipid wretch who would try currupt our children with such a horrible and crude pie of lunchen snack. For shame.


    Again I agree, god forbid Snoop try and clean up for his kids. Shame on overzealous too-good opiniators like Patty for deciding for others who their kids can and cannot watch. Get a life. If you don't want your kids to see him turn the channel, but let those of us who aren't bothered make our own decisions.

    God I hate those people. Mind your own business.
  15. tomahawk

    tomahawk Member

    and again i must saY BRAVO!!
  16. Cantus' Ghost

    Cantus' Ghost New Member

    Re: Re: slippery slope

    Originally posted by Cantus Rock


    Weezer - Yes we had a bit of a discussion on Weezer's "Hash Pipe" and "Dope Nose" songs with drug-related messages.

    -Matt



    Actually, 'Hash Pipe' isn't about hash; it's about a transvestite prostitute. Good song, though...

    -The Other Cantus





    :cool: :cool:
  17. Cantus Rock

    Cantus Rock New Member

    Re: Re: Re: slippery slope

    LoL...a transvestite prostitute? Well that just makes everything better. :D hehe.

    LoL, the Other Cantus. Well at least you know your place little man. (LoL, SO Kidding)

    -Matt


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