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7-04-2007 @ 1:17AM
@18, I've read several times about the Chinese government censoring things because of its depiction of skeletons. Unfortunately a quick search of the internet didn't yield any evidence, and I don't feel like spending more researching it. From what I remember from a high school report on censorship, I think they banned the first Pirates of the Carribean movie for similar reasons.If they truly didn't care about skeletons, why would they even bother taking them out to "appease censors" in the first place? I think the idea of censorship is that the consumer does not know what they're omitting.Also, calling someone "ignorant" makes you a douche, whether you're trying to be one or not.
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