Can't get enough of sodomy or horses being sexually serviced on Sunday night cartoons for you and your kids? Well YUM! can help!
What would you think of a company that provides fast-food services for the family while at the same time supports Sunday evening cartoons for the family that would make a New York City streetwalker blush? Meet YUM! Brand products!
YUM! sponsors Sunday night cartoons of disgusting content on the FOX Television Network, which can hear and watch below by clicking on the graphics. We can't believe that solid older brands such as Long John Silvers would ever have believed its parent company, YUM! would allow its future profits to support the kind of content you will be reading about in a few seconds. In fact Long John Silver's Web site reads quite the opposite:
"Inspired by Robert Louis Stevenson's classic book Treasure Island, the company was founded in 1969. Long John Silver’s invented the quick-service seafood restaurant, consistently setting trends with menu items that meet contemporary tastes."
Now take that sentence and try to marry it with what you're about to read and hear that YUM! gladly sponsors Sunday nights to American families across America on the FOX Television Network.
Yes, FOX, whose parent company owns the Fox News Channel (FNC), goes vile against family values, its Family Guy even allowed to put on a musical about Terri Schiavo saying. "We got to put the plug!"
Shown on the right, one animated kid asks while standing in a made-up hospital room, "What does that do?" while an animated child doctor says, "It checks her pee," while another checks her "mashed potato brains." Then they sing, "Terri Schiavo is kind of alive-oh, the most expensive plant you’ll ever see. Maybe we should just unplug her.” But don't count on O'Reilly to say much about what YUM! sponsors on Sunday nights. Hosts at FOX News keep blinders on that enables this sick corporate culture on FOX.
Please know I have complained to the FNC. If these shows were on MSNBC, I know some FOX News hosts would take the opportunity to be all over the offensive content. Yet Shepard Smith, Sean Hannity, and rarely Bill O'Reilly will ever complain about the tripe their FNC profits help to promote along with YUM! advertising bucks. So FNC is just as guilty as YUM! I want to make that clear.
I remember that O'Reilly did once rail against FOX's Sunday program, The Family Guy, a cartoon character on the show at the time making fun of Sarah Palin's disadvantaged child. O'Reilly was angry at the show's creator about this, admitting at the same time that FOX's parent company makes a lot of money from the programs. Yet he made no mention of the rest of the content that is reported on this page, such as the mocking of Vietnam Vets.
But as mentioned above, if this had been MSNBC or a national television network such as CBS running this content, O'Reilly would have accused the network of making money from a trashy, weekly cartoon that kids can easily view. Yet O'Reilly instead simply noted FOX made large profits while not challenging FOX to remove it or he would be forced to leave a network that profits on making fun of others. But you will not hear those words. Yet he runs stories daily on what is happening within families and schools around America, seeming to be blind that the FOX parent company is contributing to the country's slide into the cess pool.
|Click on above graphic to download FOX bestiality cartoon shown to children on American Dad , an oxymoron in words. Or click here to visit one of the Web sites that had complained.
So it should be strange to Factor viewers that O'Reilly wouldn't remind them that FOX also showed bestiality on one of the Sunday night cartoon shows, American Dad, which children can watch on a weekend night at 9:30 (8:30 central zone.) FNC viewers need to ask the No Spin Zone pundit; Why the silence of this to 'the Factor folks,' not showing these vile segments with a viewer warning to remove children out of the room? (Click here to download and watch the short video segment on beastiality for yourself.)
But FOX and YUM! aren't just satisfied with some good old beastiality, as they even go after our sons and daughters who died fighting for their nation in Vietnam. In the episode to the left, a Vietnamese man stands by a graphic representation of the Vietnam Wall of Honor in Washington D.C. and calls it a "Score Board" for the number of Americans killed in battle.
Click on the graphic to the left to listen to the script paid for by FOX and also paid in part by advertising dollars from corporate America. The Vietnamese man says, "Hey, I know that guy," pointing to a name on the wall. "I kill him. He cried like a pig!" Unbelievable? Click and listen for yourself.
Parent Television Council (PTC), which was started around ten years ago by the comedian Steve Allen, complained in its May 2010 newsletter to its 1.3 million members of this sick content from FOX that continues on and on, compliments of the writing of Seth MacFarlane.
In a recent episode, PTC reports where a mother tries to seduce her daughter's boyfriend, along with a featured graphic dialogue of the show's Baby Stewie fondling the family dog's genitals. PTC reports that in another episode, which used prison rape as "comic" fodder, that - "after a short term in prison, the family's daughter returns home and gets into the shower with her father, then sodomizes him with a loofah."
On another FOX Sunday evening cartoon, the Cleveland Show, the PTC reports of an episode dedicated to children finding and playing with a sex doll, another episode included a song with the chorus, 'I'm balls-deep in love' ('I wanna have sex with her personality / Dry hump with her positive traits / Give a poundin' to her feelings / Make her south mouth salivate').
Even kids with Down Syndrome aren't immune to being attacked while the program is blessed with corporate sponsorship approval and penned by the creator, MacFarlane, O'Reilly simply called him a pinhead, placing no responsiblity on FOX or its sponsors of the show.
PTC also reports the Family Guy did a musical similar to the Terry Schiavo pull the plug as mentioned above with descriptions that included "tubby little parasite," "little whore," and "Yoo-Hoo spilling."
In another episode of Family Guy, a "talking cartoon dog ate the feces out of a baby’s diaper, then ate the baby’s vomit, and then licked the baby’s rear end."
Hey, I have an idea.
Why not take episodes of the FOX Sunday night cartoon programming and show them on HDTV screens in YUM! restaurants across America. Why just limit it to FOX on weekend nights? Imagine sitting in a Taco Bell eating a meat-filled Taco while watching a cartoon of a dog eating similar-looking content out of a baby's diaper. Or have grandma and grandpa bring the grand kids in for fried chicken at the local KFC and see a television cartoon of a father giving a horse a blow job. Wow, pass the mashed potatoes and squirt the gravy on.
A recent public relations release by the PTC reported that YUM! seems to see the Sunday evening cartoon content that it sponsors as just yummy for the American viewing public and those who obviously visit its fast-food restaurant chains, ignoring complaints even at shareholder meetings. PTC's Louisville Chapter gave the following summary on March 20, 2010:
The Parents Television Council™ and its Louisville Chapter called on Yum! Brands at its annual shareholders meeting today to review its media buying practices, which have included television shows containing graphic violence, sexual content and foul language, despite that its brands are family-friendly chains.
Louisville Chapter Director Caroline Fyffe spoke at the meeting. “As a shareholder I am concerned because Yum! Brands consistently advertises on programming that contains graphic violence, excessive sexual content and foul language and we think this needs to stop – now,” she said.
Chairman Novak, the PTC has been here before with little to no response from Yum! Surely, you understand how Yum!’s irresponsibility in the media marketplace can undermine the good name of your family brands. KFC, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut and Long John Silver’s are family-friendly chains. It is a shame that that their parent, Yum! Brands, does not demonstrate leadership as a responsible corporate citizen. The company’s consistent pattern of advertising shows that it supports some of the most violent and vulgar programming on television.
“It is clear to me, and to the Parents Television Council’s 1.3 million members, that YUM! does not have media guidelines in place to keep its name off of programs containing abhorrent graphic and explicit content.
Yet while YUM! provides dollars for a cartoon that allows a daughter to sodomize her father, another YUM! brand, A&W Restaurant reports on its Web site, "We are fresh, vibrant and fun. We're a little bit classic mixed with a whole lot of contemporary. We're the new Orange Attitude at A&W."
Obviously when it comes to its own business image, the YUM! content does a 180 from Family Guy, the mission statement from A&W not sounding like the Sunday night diarrhea its parent company sponsors on FOX, tossed into homes across America like the trash customers leave in the bin at A&W restaurants and other YUM! brands.
Or how about this copy from Pizza Hut's Web site: "Real heart, real recognition and real ingredients are just the beginning of what makes Pizza Hut different." Gee, what could the Family Guy stick into those great ingredients for products coming from Pizza Hut--used toilet paper as garnish? Why not show that on the Family Guy when the family eats out at a local Pizza Hut, allowing the dog to take deficate on a nearby table where other customers are sitting, the baby dragging a dirty diaper near the salad bar. If it's good enough for American families it should be good enough for YUM! outlets.
However, not so funny when it comes to your business, is it Mr. Novak? But into millions of American homes, YUM! says let it fly!
Since Mr. Novak wouldn't listen to the complaints of parents, as PTC reported in its press release, we must assume his home is probably run not much different from the one shown on Family Guy. But if you insist on writing Mr. Novak, who obviously sees dogs eating out of diapers as funny, PTC says you can contact him at the following address:
Mr. David Novak
Chairman, President, and CEO
1441 Gardiner Ln
Louisville, KY 40213-1914
Maybe you might know some tricks about beastiality yourself that you could pass to Novak for FOX's Sunday evening programming, so gross it could make customers choke on their fish sandwich. That would be funny!
Or someone could contact Professor Peter Singer at Princeton University in New Jersey, who I read was assigned to the university's human "Ethics" department, Singer approving of sex with animals. A reporter had written that Singer replied to a question on his belief, If a dog can tell you he needs to go out, he can tell you other things, too. Princeton's female president had been reported to say about the hiring of Singer around ten years ago, Our university needed diverse ideas. Well she must be absolutely delighted with FOX on Sunday nights these days, eh?
Again, be sure to watch the videos of the examples provided above by clicking on the above graphics. Then when going to a nearby YUM! restaurant, try to put what you saw in the back of your mind before ordering. I wouldn't want anyone to barf while "thinking outside the bun."
But sadly the truth is that this has nothing to do with YUM!, the FOX Television Network, FNC enabling, Family Guy cartoons or their creator.
The finger instead points to millions of America's dysfunctional parents, ones who allow their families to be fed on whatever pops up at the local movie theater or on the home television, then graze at YUM! restaurants to contribute to the profits that pay for whatever pops up on those screens, be it pets eating feces from a baby's diaper or a father giving a blow job to a horse. In the end each American family is responsible for their success or failure.
But the damage has already been done. Lech Walesa, a hero to the free world and the former Polish freedom fighter, acknowledged while visiting Chicago, "America is no longer the moral authority in world."
Walesa confirms, (a Noble Peace Prize winner when the award meant something for what you did rather than what you might do), that America is no longer Reagan's shining city on the hill. The lack of leadership has created a vacuum left for others to step into, be it societies in the Far East or the Middle East, because America has failed to fulfill the destiny hoped for by its Judea / Christian founders.
You see a government only reflects the people it serves, and too many of the people it serves at the grass roots in America are as corrupt as the dog eating the baby's dirty diaper or the politicans they elect. So go enjoy a meal at a YUM! fast-food restaurant. Just remember in the end you really are where you eat!
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