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I am so fed up with feminine hygiene "v" & "ed" commercials during dinner, when my youngster is viewing. What ever happen to appropriate television!!! I do NOT want to discuss "painful intercourse or vaginal odor" or penis problems with an 8 year old or for that matter anyone other then my doctor. It's always about MONEY. The viewer is spoken down too by lizards, roaches, ducks, stomachs, cars, clowns etc, etc. I could go on and on but I know it will not help! Aside from misleading and down right lies! I decided NOT to BUY any products that their commercial insult or offends me. I am only one person but I am sure their are a few more people out there that feel the same.
That's it for now. Thank you
PS I have notice that some breaks during a show are more that 10 commercials long. By the time the show comes back I forgot what I was watching!!!
This country thrives on misleading ads for products.
Freedom of Speech taken advantage of and used as an
excuse for saying lunatic s**t whether it's true or not.
Take acne medicine for one. It's been around since when,the 50's?
Yeah,it's really done something for acne.
A $kazillion industry based on...what.
An ad about products and I see,as usual,ignorant fools dragging in political garbage.
Get a life. There is much more to life to be THAT consumed by politics.
If you don't want to get a life then turn off the cable news and watch something else.
Please. For your own sake,not mine. Unreal.
"Kashi cereal contains pyridoxine hydrochloride, calcium pantothenate and hexane-processed soy. According to the New York Times, "such ingredients do occur naturally," but food companies often use synthetic versions of the ingredients"
Dog poop occurs naturally too but I don't want it or a synthetic version in my food.
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