Friday, July 14, 2006

Kisses

There is a massive censorship campaign afoot that you should know about. From a McDonald's near Amsterdam to New York's very own John F. Kennedy Airport, certain works of art called "Kisses" are systematically being supressed from public view. Those Kisses already on display are being removed from public view and future plans to install Kisses elsewhere are being canceled. What could be stirring such brazen acts of censorship you ask? Open wide.

8 comments:

melbo said...

That's just wrong.
And hot.
And nasty.
And sexy.
And gross.
...And hot.

Marc said...

I can't decide which is worse... peeing into a mouth-shaped urinal or you thinking it's sexy hot.

Marc said...

I've deleted several comments on this thread because I'm uncomfortable with the direction in which they were beginning to head. I probably invited comments along these lines by the very nature of my post... so I apologize to all who were censored.

Marc said...

(I know, I know... could there be anything more ironic than censorship on a tongue-in-cheek post about censorship?)

Mrs. McDreamy said...

Sure censor everyone but your wife. What was wrong with what I said? You've really turned into a puss haven't you?

Marc said...

1)It wasn't what you said (or what Garg said per se)... but the what the string was devolving in to. An anonymous poster wrote a pretty offensive comment that related back to a comment from Garg... that anonymous comment is what triggered the censorship. I just decided to cut everything off from Garg's comment on (including a couple of my own commments).

2)I probably have turned into something of a puss... but I wouldn't want friends and family to start avoiding my blog because of overly offensive content.

3)This is the first time I've censored a comment (at least a comment that wasn't spam)... barring something similarly extreme, I don't see myself doing it again.

Mrs. McDreamy said...

OK, I guess you are allowed to do what you want on your blog. Sorry if I say offensive things. How can I help it when I am married to... well you know. He has turned me into a monster ;)

Marc said...

McDreamy's comments are welcome and desired... and being married to BA is a good thing. It keeps you lively.

As for not censoring my wife... I kind of liked my response to her.