Sunday 24 June 2007

Who Will Think Of The Children?

One of the best film blogs around Sergio Leone and the Infeld Fly Rule just had a very humourous post about having his Blog rated NC-17. This was the response he got by typing in his URL at this page:

"This rating was determined based on the presence of the following words:
Gun (5x) Dead (4x) Porn (3x) Dyke (1x)"

I checked mine and all I got was a measely PG due to 3 deaths, 2 hells and 1 gun. I'm just not trying hard enough obviously...So I submit the following paragraph:

Dick Van Dyke has a very wholesome reputation for appearing in such porn free films as Mary Poppins and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (no gun is used for those bangs). Almost a dead genre these days, his films never showed 1) a gun being used for criminal purposes, 2) a gun being photographed in an appealing way like so much gun porn or 3) a gun even being fired in the air in order to wake the dead! I suppose it's a dead giveaway that torture porn is not my favourite genre. That's just dead simple.

I'll update the post once I check my new rating...


After rescanning my Blog, I'm now the proud owner of:

My head hangs in shame due to the occurence of the following:

  • gun (8x)
  • dead (6x)
  • porn (4x)
  • death (3x)
  • hell (2x)
  • shoot (1x)

Well, that was fun...


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Anonymous said...

Funny post. I needed a good chuckle this morning and this provided it. Thank you.

I just checked and my blog only gets a middling PG-13 for "bomb, hell and dangerous(?)"

Bob Turnbull said...

Thanks Thom. Glad to be of service...B-)

Now join us in the dark recesses of NC-17 land.

Bob Turnbull said...

Oh, and congrats on the Thinking Bloggers Award Thom! You have a great site.

Anonymous said...

My most sincere thanks, Bob. I like what you're doing here too no matter what rating the MPAA wants to give it.

Dennis Cozzalio said...

That is hilarious! Finally, a rating system as random as the MPAAs!