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Old 10-10-2009, 04:19 AM   #1
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Default Simpsons sell out...

To porn business.

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/articl...1D27.DTL&tsp=1

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I guess this shows how much everyone is hurting these days. Even the TV industry.
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Old 10-10-2009, 04:28 AM   #3
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I guess this shows how much everyone is hurting these days. Even the TV industry.
Yeah. It would be a shame to see the series go though, it's been through a lot...
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Yeah. It would be a shame to see the series go though, it's been through a lot...
It would be a shame. Fortunately, if they do go, there are many seasons of DVD's. But it just wouldn't be quite the same.
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Default Re: Simpsons sell out...

I personally believe the best episodes of the simpsons are behind then now. Based on what i've seen recently and what i watched as a youngster the best bits are done.
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I personally believe the best episodes of the simpsons are behind then now. Based on what i've seen recently and what i watched as a youngster the best bits are done.
True I suppose....unfortunately.
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Default Re: Simpsons sell out...

It's a publicity stunt. Plain and simple. Hell you guys know what else happens to cartoons and anime that makes that stunt look real tame.
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It's a publicity stunt. Plain and simple. Hell you guys know what else happens to cartoons and anime that makes that stunt look real tame.
Haha. SetiShock is right, this is nothing but a publicity stunt.
You can already find rudimentary drawings of most cartoon characters on the internet.

EDIT: Did a little search for the hell of it. You can find everything from The simpsons, to the thornberries, to even spongebob... Wow.. There are some strange things on the internet.
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You think this is selling out?
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This is absurd.....it's a cartoon for chrissakes, who cares, it's not like marge simpson is a real person.

Search around on the net, I'll bet you'd find some pictures of "Simpsons porn" that people have made. Just like the "Family Guy" porn.
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