Wow, one person in this great big huge country complains and boom, banned. Well they can still play a censored version. I am against censorship in any shape or form especially when it comes to art. I quit shopping at Wal Mart years ago because of their policy of only selling censored versions of certain albums. I will take my money elsewhere thank you. I guess Canada is trying to keep up with their southern neighbors, you know the land of the free and all that. Such as the case of Mark Twain's classic Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn where they are removing the n word and injun from the novels for the sake of political correctness. To slap the PC treatment on books written in another century is whitewash of the worst kind. Forbidden words, oh please? I do understand why all this brouhaha is going on because of all the sensitive issues involved, but to change someones art simply because you don't like it is wrong on so many levels I don't even know where to start. If I don't like something, I change the channel, read something else etc. If you're a parent then you decide what your child is exposed to, the government shouldn't have to be the parent. And yes children will be exposed at some time in their life to bad things, it's called growing up and it's unavoidable. We all do it. It's part of who we are.
It seems the more technologically advanced we become, the more positively whiny humans tend to be. Do we really need to go down this road? We already have to get our junk fondled or have some dude in a booth looking at our junk just to fly somewhere. Seems we overreact to everything nowadays. Personally I don't want someone telling me what I should listen to, read, or see. Are we really going to pretend that certain words don't or shouldn't exist and have someone else decide if I should listen to an unedited version of Money for Nothing. I don't listen to radio that much and have always hated their little edits and bleeps of certain songs, but I believe I have finally reached the "I'm fed up" stage and just like I don't give Wal Mart my money anymore, I won't lend my ears to a station that plays an edited version of that song. I prefer my mp3 player anyway. Sorry about the rant folks, just had to get it off my chest. Is the homercat just being a big ninny or does it bother anyone else as well. Well just in case this song goes the way of Mark Twain and for the sake of posterity I have to post up this controversial song in it's unadulterated state before it becomes unavailable. Get it now before it becomes illegal to own.