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This post has been approved for all audiences.
 
THE FOLLOWING JOURNAL HAS BEEN APPROVED FOR
ALL AUDIENCES
BY THE MOTION PICTURE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA

THE JOURNAL ADVERTISED HAS BEEN RATED
PG-13PARENTS STRONGLY CAUTIONED
Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13
 


Woah, man, I've been so productive this week it hurts. I'm a good state worker.

My 8PSK module came in the mail last night! It was bigger than I'd expected. It took about 30 seconds to get in installed, and voila, I got to check out all my new high definition channels.

The novelty of high definition is a funny thing. I'll sit through programs in HD that I'd never consider watching on another channel. Last night I watch an hour-long program about these gigantic horses, then a report on the impact of mad cow disease. There's a strange variety of shows on HDNet. Apparently a lot of them involve 4-legged animals.

There are no regular commercials on HDNet, but between the shows they play movie trailers. I don't mean 30-second commercials, mind you, but actual full-length movie house trailers complete with their green tag. These trailers are three or four minutes long.

I thought that was cool. I got to thinking... it would be neat to have a cable channel that shows nothing but long movie trailers. They could even have programs that showcase different genres or time periods. And at the top of the hour you get all the "now playing" trailers.

Heck, I'd watch it.

I'm full of brilliant ideas lately.
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From: just_joolie Date: February 19th, 2004 12:52 pm (UTC) (Link)
hold up. Let us ponder this. If PG-13 is possibly inappropriate for children under 13, then it ISN'T really 'approved for all audiences'. no?
jarrett From: jarrett Date: February 19th, 2004 12:55 pm (UTC) (Link)

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Well, the preview is approved for all audiences.

But the film being previewed is rated seperately.

I guess it doesn't make sense when you change it like I did.
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