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Biting Elbows: Bad Motherfucker, Music Video, 2013

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antp BE

2013-03-21 18:12

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rgox84KE7iY


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ingo DE

2013-03-21 22:26

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I suppose, with this title the song cannot be officially distributed in the USA.

rtsbusman1997 US

2013-03-22 03:20

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They did Ce Lo Green's song "Fuck You" here in America. Don't see why this one would have any problem.

ingo DE

2013-03-22 08:40

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Not because of the *beep*-word?

A propos: actually I'm preparing travelling tipps for a colleague, who will have her first USA-trip soon (mainly N.Y.and FL). As essential differences I told her as first:
- never be topless at beaches and pools
- no alcohol in the public
- be aware of violent and splatter-movies daytimes at the TV
- all these annoying *beeps* in TV and radio sucks
- it's cheaper to eat in restaurants and takeaways, than to buy food in the supermarket and eat in the hotel
- be thoughtful with tips for waitresses
- cheese and dairy productes are more expensive, in lower quality and less choice
- you have to be alert to find bearable bread and beer

Now I'm assembling the specific tipps for sightseeing and shopping.

rtsbusman1997 US

2013-03-22 23:06

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ingo wrote

- be aware of violent and splatter-movies daytimes at the TV


Only on the movie channels.

- all these annoying *beeps* in TV and radio sucks[/quote]

Matter of who and what you watch at what time and what place.

And if I got your question right, they made a "clean" version (replaced "Fuck you" with "Forget you") along with the original version (norm for music these days).

Sandie SX

2013-03-22 23:12

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A good example is: /movie.php?id=1004514061 where 'fuck me' is replaced with 'have me' and 'sweaty bollocks' is replaced with 'Sandra Bullocks' in the censored version. :D

ingo DE

2013-03-23 11:51

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Sandie wrote A good example is: /movie.php?id=1004514061 where 'fuck me' is replaced with 'have me' and 'sweaty bollocks' is replaced with 'Sandra Bullocks' in the censored version. :D

With "censored version" you mean the US-version? The Beautiful South was a British band. Or does the *beep*-idiocy appears also in the UK?

ingo DE

2013-03-23 12:01

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@rtsbusman1997: well, I was really bewildered, when at our Florida-trip one year ago, the complete series /movie_1520211-The-Walking-Dead.html was aired - in the sunday-afternoon-programme :wow: In Germany it was aired some months later, but censored and after 23:00 in the night.
I was even more bewildered, when a Californian lady, I've talked with in the motel-pool (as my wife wanted to watch it and me not, I stayed in the pool) said "Oh, all kids love that series. My 12-year-old daughter watches it now and my 10-year-old son, too, at home in California, together with his nanny." :wow: :wow:

chicomarx BE

2013-03-24 02:27

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^ The pilot by Scorcese was excellent but by series 2 it's a soap opera, and it is indeed aimed at teenage boys. The 10-year-old will have nightmares tho.

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rtsbusman1997 US

2013-03-24 19:20

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ingo wrote @rtsbusman1997: well, I was really bewildered, when at our Florida-trip one year ago, the complete series /movie_1520211-The-Walking-Dead.html was aired - in the sunday-afternoon-programme :wow: In Germany it was aired some months later, but censored and after 23:00 in the night.
I was even more bewildered, when a Californian lady, I've talked with in the motel-pool (as my wife wanted to watch it and me not, I stayed in the pool) said "Oh, all kids love that series. My 12-year-old daughter watches it now and my 10-year-old son, too, at home in California, together with his nanny." :wow: :wow:


Its common for everybody to watch it. I watch it, my mother, some of my friends. It only airs on AMC for now (at least here in America.) Everybody watches it :D

ingo DE

2013-03-25 08:38

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One of not really rare topics about the "clash of cultures" Europe vs.USA :P There are several more. Everytime I think about the travelling tipps for my colleague, I remember more.

ingo DE

2013-03-25 13:10

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rtsbusman1997 wrote Its common for everybody to watch it. I watch it, my mother,

P.S. Let me guess: but you aren't allowed to drink a beer while watching them? :p
I just read in a traveler's guide for Washington D.C., that it's even illegal there, to let people under 21 drink alcoholic beverages in your own house :wow:

rtsbusman1997 US

2013-03-26 17:38

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In general, that's universally the law in the US but I guess unless you do it in front of a cop, its hard to enforce that law. :D

Nightrider RU

2013-03-26 20:50

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ingo wrote I was even more bewildered, when a Californian lady, I've talked with in the motel-pool (as my wife wanted to watch it and me not, I stayed in the pool) said "Oh, all kids love that series."


Ingo, back in the 90s many Russian kids liked this series
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0096540/
I was really impressed by scene of execution, for example...
And there was brief appearance of Jaguar Mk.X

ingo DE

2013-03-26 20:54

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@Nightrider: this was aired here, too. But of course execution scenes and so on were all cutted out.

In the USA nothing of those violent scenes is cutted - but on the other hand they have cutted out the funniest scene of /movie.php?id=120828 - just the "bad finger", Anne Heche is showing. Ridicoulous [:kiki]

-- Last edit: 2013-03-26 20:55:13

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