p2pnet news Kids & Kartels | MPAA News:- You have to give it to Hollywood’s MPAA —- its shameless Lucky and Flo farce whereby two Labrador retrievers being touted as corporate copyright cops is a brilliant ploy.
The lamescream media love the two supposititious super sniffers.
But now they’re being used in what’s likely to be a far more effective, and dangerous, application —- dangerous if you’re a parent concerned about Hollywood’s government-sanctioned invasion of classrooms, that is.
The two dogs were taken to the Clover Avenue Elementary School in Los Angeles as part of what will undoubtedly become a whole slew of ‘educational’ trips aimed at continuing the campaign that intellectual property law should be an essential component of school curricula, along with reading, writing and ‘rithmetic.
“The dogs, Lucky and Flo, assist law enforcement agencies throughout the world,” burbles KNBC TV.
Malaysia is so far the only country to have swallowed the Hollywood BS.
And sniffing out pirated DVD movies?
L&F had been trained to detect certain chemicals used in the manufacture of optical discs —- any optical discs.
Think about it.
It’s all Hollywood flim-flam but meanwhile, what kid doesn’t love a nice cuddly dog?
And we can guess what the Hollywood scamsters will be handing out as they mind-rape the kids —-
—- the new Lucky and Flo comic books.
It’s truly alarming and any parent who thinks this is harmless, or who believes Hollywood, or any of the other corporate entities flooding schools with spurious educational materials, give a damn about kids, is living in dreamland.
Lucky and Flo farce – MPAA`s Lucky & Flo extreme makeovers, November 10th, 2007
KNBC TV – DVD-Sniffing Dogs Show Off Skills At Elementary School, April 21, 2008
the only country – Malaysia honours MPAA sniffer dogs, August 21, 2007
Lucky and Flo comic books – MPAA Canine Cops now Comic Book heroes, March 4, 2008
spurious educational materials – Open letter to parents, July 2, 2006
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