No, joking, joking. But not a good look for me, I agree. Pity about the absence of the lovely lady, too. Sutri Atrisno, Kuta, 1983. Wonder if I could still find her? It’s OK, she was married with kids. Hey, Yudhie! Apa Kabar?
|Minnie forgives anything. I don’t.|
However, some will recognise themselves only too clearly. All I can say is, if the cap fits … it’s the truth. The truth hurts sometimes. However, I am tired of being abused!
|This one occurred on 12 April this year. That’s the Earth, in proportional size, top right.|
|A vision of hell?|
But this is horror for horror’s sake [seeing a guy’s throat cut in full view, full frontal, nothing spared]. The week before, we were shown a savage, sadistic beating by a prison officer in a toilet cubicle, with blood all over the floor and a guy having a truncheon shoved up his arse.
The week before that, we saw the den of a depraved child killer with body parts strung up on lines.
This is too much! I am all in favour of less censorship, and I love a bit of non-violent porn, as shown here on SBS. Full nudity and sex scenes, bring it on. As long as it’s not violent, I have no problem.
But this is just sickening violence for shock, horror and ratings sake.
I am going to take this further. I am going to protest to the actors themselves, William Gaminara, Tom Ward and Emilia Fox [viz], and take this to the ABC’s management as well.
This is in the same line as another BBC show, Luther, where a woman was shown having had her tongue cut out. This was violence pornography! I still have the episode recorded as proof, but I had to turn it off. It turned me off, I can assure you.
This is wrong! I protest.
Friday night TV is out for me now.
|Light dawns! Reflecting on Buddha Tokyo 1992 © PJ Croft 2012|
Sometimes what seems like a bad day turns out to be a lucky escape.