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Debut of South Park 1997 In August 1997 the Comedy Central cable network debuted the animated series South Park. Its irreverent humor quickly became a smash hit, drawing TV audiences in the millions. Not everyone was enamored, though. South Park's frequent depiction of taboo subject matter, general toilet humor, accessibility to children viewers, disregard of decency standards, and portrayal of religion for comic effect have been the main sources for generating controversy and debate over the course of its run. No subject is off limits and people and policies from every political stripe have been skewered.
Tags: South  Park  television  sitcom 
Added: 4th October 2009
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Posted By: Lava1964
Sniff Swig Puff  by Bea Arthur and Rock Hudson Possibly the coolest video on the net! Love it! Can't believe it made it on the air in the 70's.
Tags: BEA      ARTHUR      ROCK      HUDSON      MARIJUANA      SNIFF      SWIG      PUFF      THE      MAGIC      DRAGON      THC      GAY      DEVIANCE      TABOO     
Added: 1st February 2008
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Posted By: geminat
The Sweetest Taboo Sade
Tags: Nice!! 
Added: 29th June 2008
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Posted By: Marty6697
Teen Talk Barbie Controversy 1992 In July 1992 Mattel released Teen Talk Barbie. Each doll was randomly programmed to 'say' four out of a possible 270 phrases, such as 'Wanna have a pizza party?' and 'Will I ever have enough clothes?' One phrase raised the ire of women's groups: 'Math class is tough!' According to the complainers, the phrase encouraged the negative stereotype of girls being mathematically challenged. Even though only about 1.48% of the Teen Talk Barbies could repeat that taboo phrase, Mattel removed the phrase from further production. The company also offered to replace any doll that had it. There were few takers. The rarity and controversy of the 'math class' phrase has made it a very desirable collectors' item.
Tags: Teen  Talk  Barbie  controversy 
Added: 21st June 2010
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Posted By: Lava1964

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