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so......... :D

 

Balla should watch this so he can see what Hyenas really look like.

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Good stuff. Lofton reminded me of most of the Zealots around here. Resorting to personal attacks when they didn't have facts or logic to make their point.

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Balla should watch this so he can see what Hyenas really look like.

 

 

Zappa vs. Balla's heroes. :D

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Good stuff. Lofton reminded me of most of the Zealots around here. Resorting to personal attacks when they didn't have facts or logic to make their point.

 

That was great. Uncle Frank owned Lofton.

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:D is that john denver at the end of that :D

 

Yea, he played a key part in the testimony...It was one thing to have Dee Schniedier and Zappa argue against record ratings, but I think the committee was fairly shocked to have John Denver do it.

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Yea, he played a key part in the testimony...It was one thing to have Dee Schniedier and Zappa argue against record ratings, but I think the committee was fairly shocked to have John Denver do it.

 

 

I went looking for the Denver clip. What basically happened as I recall was that Zappa gave a credible testimony, which is all on youtube, and this is the guy that wrote "Bobbie Brown" for one. Denver comes in, he of the Rocky Mountain Way and called the senators who supported it flat out Nazis. :D

 

 

 

Mr. Chairman, the suppression of the people of a society begins in my mind with the censorship of the written or spoken word. It was so in Nazi Germany. It is so in many places today where those in power are afraid of the consequences of an informed and educated people.

 

In a mature, incredibly diverse society such as ours, the access to all perspectives of an issue becomes more and more important. Those things which in our experience are undesirable generally prove to be unfurthering and sooner or later become boring. That process cannot and should not be stifled.

 

On the other hand, that which is denied becomes that which is most interesting.

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