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18h52 UTC; MONDAY, 12 JANUARY 2015: You can just imagine the depths of paleoconservative depravity and contempt for their dear and lovely ideal of "REAL AmeriKKKa" (and the poor-white "REAL AmeriKKKans" so resident) when you consider that such contempt they would love to make manifest all the more by the willful and conscious (yet unconscious, in line with their hard-wired belief in doublethink as a protective measure excusing their depravities of power) dumping, usually at or below actual cost of production (but, if required, free of cost), the crudest and the most explicit forms of "elegant pornoo" out there.

Especially the sort where you have children barely into their flowering, as well as animals, featured in the most explicit sexual poses known. Not to mention biracial sex (the old "miscegenation"), if only to play into the basest of racist feelings and emotions in the target audience; all based, we may assume, on a latent belief these same paleocons hold dear (but refuse to tacitly acknowledge overtly) about the "REAL AmeriKKKan" having no real regard for morals or decency, and actually "enjoying" the pornographically crude and depraved (as opposed to the softer "schoolboy" porn of the Playboy model, which such thinking insists that the masses "get tired of rather quickly" as opposed to more explicit and stronger hardcore--especially where full-on penetration and ejaculation come into play, and even more so without any clear and coherent backstory to better reinforce the supposed want among "REAL AmeriKKKans" of being able to comprehend and grasp basic concepts beyond the random and simplistic).

In a quasi-relevant vein, readers, maybe it was time to start asking
whether the major studios or distributors must secretly be fond of dumping PG13- and R-rated releases (both in theatrical and home-video such) upon lower-income, socioeconomically-challenged and minority-dominant communities, particularly where the Consumer Advice Note explaining the "why and wherefore" for the particular rating being so assigned includes such "trigger words" secretly seen as best attractive to "REAL AmeriKKKan" audiences as "sensuality," "drug/sexual references," "crude language/humour," "violence" and "gore." Especially so at the expense of G- and PG-rated releases theoretically preferred among audiences across this idealised "REAL AmeriKKKa," but for which the distributors think are "unlikely to realise viable audiences" in especially working-class and rural audiences (the old "Stix Nix Hix Pix", so to speak).

Especially whether such dumping raises questions of Unfair or Deceptive Trading Practices in the motion-picture industry (though not necessarily involving the illegal practice of "block booking," requiring cinemas seeking to screen blockbuster releases to also screen some low-budget "turkeys" unlikely to turn a profit in theatrical release, let alone break even when released to home video, Netflix even).

So till next time, folks: "73"

(Which, incidentally, was railroad telegraphers' shorthand for "goodbye.")

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