Way to go Rossi
|Originally posted by HeluvaSkier:
I don't see it... Hidden picture? Oh well, i dont ski on those twin tip things anyways. Does anyone know of a better picture where the entire graphic can be seen? Maybe im just retarded or blind or something. Either way it seems like a poor decision on the part of Rossignol. I'll be curious to see if it survives the summer or if there is a new graphic by fall. rossignol should do their best to keep it quiet though.
|5. And, do you really think this is going to cause anyone to go out and slash anyone's throat?
A: What the end effect of the the graphics would be is hard to tell, Lars. However, the relevant question to me is whether teenage boys and young men should be exposed to a culture that values death, dismemberment, and murder as a recreational activity or whether more benign graphics are appropriate. Garbage in, garbage out, Lars. What we see, read, and listen to, of course, affects our lives, our morals, and our choices. Personally, I would make every effort to live in a society that values life and women, rather than destruction, death, and the like.
Viewing the casual murder of women as recreational and without consequence is an express sign of the decay of our culture and the diminished value of life within it.
|Originally posted by JeffW:
Unfortunately, the graphics on a ski is pretty small potatoes in this regard. I suspect that the person who buys the BC for the graphics is also listening to Eminem (remember Stan) or a "Gangsta Rap" cd on the way to hill. Maybe going home and throwing Grand Theft Auto in the PS2. Carrying on the prevailing thought: boycott Sony, all the major record labels, New Line Cinema for putting out the Nightmare on Elm Street movies in the first place, the internet, etc.
And once the target demographic gets word of how upset people are getting over the graphics, sales of the Scratch BC will triple.
For the record, I wish Rossi had stuck with the boobies. [/QB]
|And once the target demographic gets word of how upset people are getting over the graphics, sales of the Scratch BC will triple.|