Mother upset with drive-in “show”
With her obvious concern for her children, and with a title of “Demented Divas", did any flags go off in Ms. Landorff’s head? I Googled “Demented Divas Denver". Out of the first 10 entries, 3 specifically mentioned they were drag queens. One said they were bearded. Another called them half-baked and twice toasted. She was told by the management that one act was rated PG-13. She was therefore warned in advance.
Going to the police about bad language and skits she disapproved of was sadly misplaced. Of course, the police can’t do anything, because the First Amendment does indeed cover bearded drag queens spouting off about sex, pot, and alcohol. She may feel the Divas have poor taste, but they violated no laws.
She says the management took away her options. Wrong. She saw something she didn’t like, so she removed her kids. She therefore exercised the option available to her as a consumer.
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Switch the names and it explains it all.Posted by on October 12, 2007 03:56 PM
Post with a name and maybe someday you'll be a real boy.Posted by on October 12, 2007 09:56 PM
Isn't there someone out there that is willing to write another Nanny law so people don't have to think twice about anything and will always be protected from any offense whatsoever?Posted by clyde on October 13, 2007 11:52 AM
I'll write it. All I have to do is take excerpts from the communist manifesto, those words of wisdom will do an excellent job of explaining to the people that no longer do they have to think, good old Big Brother will take care of that absurd job for you.Posted by Allen Campbell on October 14, 2007 10:08 AM
Did she ask for a refund?Posted by Stan B on October 14, 2007 08:23 PM