Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Paladin, Oct 10, 2008.
That's some serious bullshit.
So are they going to arrest people who saw Lolita in theaters next? Or own it on DVD? VHS? The novel?
HOW THE FUCK IS IT ANY DIFFERENT?
*burns hentai collection*
ps. i don't really have a hentai collection.
Not since I stole it all...
Outstanding example, guy.
Next there are going to arrest anyone who ever saw an Underoos ad.
how did they determine it had objectionable content BEFORE the search warrant? total BS, now the post office is going to start going through your mail?
thas complete garbage
Better ditch my Kiss Players stuff!
Oh wait, grabby-hands Charles Brownstein weighs in on the situation? Well I pretty much morally have to say let the guy rot in jail for his babyporno collection then, sorry Chuck.
or Irony, Exaggeration and/or Hyperbole.
I better make sure next time I watch Bible Black to watch the English dub since that'll make them all "at university" instead of "in high school."
Can, open. Worms, everywhere.
wouldn't this make all anime conventions targets of such things?
I remember my friends from that Animenorth-they were girls- Bougth a shitload of hentai...because they didnt know it was hentai,they only cared the covers were pretty when we opened it to see what we had bougth at the end before we went to the concerts they realized it was hentai....
they ll never live that one down
Absolutely not. It was a perfect example of the hypocrisy of law enforcement in this case.
EDIT: Bottom line, I don't think it's any different at all. Art is in the eye of the beholder, and as long as there's no actual crime being committed in order to create said art (as in actual child pornography), how can it be treated as a crime?
*Insert witty remark about how stupid the U.S. government is here*
Reading that made me mad. I'm not witty, best I got is to say those fuckers fucken suck the suck!
Fuckin' A right.
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