That Oscar should be stripped, just like how Milli Vanilla lost their Grammy for fakery.
Mark Steyn’s America Alone mentions how in the 70s, etc. there were predictions of global COOLING (hmm, maybe they have a point given this yr in the northeast?), hundreds of millions would die from starvation and we’d run out of gold, oil, and a lot more things by the 80s or 90s. Steyn said these never came true and that people have been forecasting the end of the world “pretty much since the beginning of the world”. The old People’s Almanac had a section about similar rapture predictions, in a bit called
“Armageddon Out Of Here”.
One post on there, by radio expert Scott Fybush, says
There are certain fairly minimal restrictions the FCC imposes on “free speech” when it takes place over a licensed broadcast facility, and I don’t see any religious exemption to any of them: you can’t use a broadcast facility to transmit indecency or profanity (give or take certain safe-harbor periods), you can’t use a broadcast facility for personal attacks, and you can’t disseminate hoaxes under the provisions of 73.1217.
If someone kills him or herself due to hearing a Satanic message on an album, does the artist or label get sued?