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1 TV language through the years.... on Wed Jul 31, 2013 10:24 am


I'm sitting here and I have The Today Show on. There is a segment about dealing with life's left turns, dealing with when things go wrong.

One of the guests just made a comment about forgiving when someone may have "pi$$ed" you off. She wasn't bleeped so you have to assume that word is acceptable by today's standards.

I guess I miss the day when there was a higher standard for public discussion. Oh, don't get me wrong. I'm no saint. I've let go with a tirade that would make a sailor blush on more than one occasion. But I guess it just depresses me to think my grandchildren don't find course language unusual.

2 Re: TV language through the years.... on Thu Aug 01, 2013 3:37 am


I noticed that "pissed off" comment on the Today Show this morning, too, Beth. It didn't bother me but it surprised me coming from a professional woman. And yep, I curse on a regular basis -- I can indeed make a merchant seaman blush.

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