|Quoting Queso (Reply 2):|
On second thought, never mind. Some A.netter's might not be able to handle it.
|Quoting Exarmywarrant (Thread starter):|
The paper reportedly called it "satire"
|Quoting STLGph (Reply 3):|
well in the states, "satire" and "parody" is protected under the first amendment.
|Quoting Braybuddy (Reply 7):|
I'm sure we have laws against it, but, like all the others, we usually ignore them
|Quoting Exarmywarrant (Reply 8):|
What bothers me is the idea, seemingly more prevalent every day, that if it's legal its OK...what happened to doing the right thing, not just the legal thing?
There was a time when, if a paper anywhere had pulled that stunt, they would have lost a lot of readers. Today, I suppose it's just the opposite.