Skip to comments.WND: NBC pulls the plug on 'Book of Daniel'
Posted on 01/24/2006 1:12:54 AM PST by Keith in Iowa
NBC's "The Book of Daniel" may have launched to great controversy and hoopla.
But, today, the show ended with a whimper pulled unceremoniously from NBC's Friday night schedule, effective immediately, with no more of an announcement than an entry on an NBC blog by creator Jack Kenny.
(Excerpt) Read more at worldnetdaily.com ...
Well, after one bad experience, I haven't shopped at Burlington Coat Factory in many years...and now I know I have a reason never to give them another chance, hehe.
This is one of the things liberals hate most about a free society. The People are free not to watch whatever puke-water the liberals spew.
Now, in a "just" society, things would be much different...
Now where is my jar of crocodile tears?
Thank goodness they dumped that load of manure.
You are soooo bad. LOL
From a blog called Christian Dissent (based in Nashville;
one response to this was from someone who said when they got cable, the first thing they "blocked" was Fox News Channel).
Take it away, Mr Liberal:
"My Letter To Channel 4 WSMV in Nashville .
by ColeWake @ 9:29 am. Filed under Show
I would like to express my profound disappointment in your decision not to air the Book of Daniel. I am surprised at the arrogance you have shown in declaring that you have the right to determine what is not appropriate for broadcast television in this community.
Do you think so little of your viewing audiences intelligence that you feel we cannot choose what to watch? Are you the new moral watchdog of Middle Tennessee?
As a devout Christian I have no objection to the book of Daniel. In fact, I appreciate the candor in which it portrays the many issues facing the Church. If more people took these issue head on, maybe we wouldnt have as many problems. As a public licensed broadcaster you have a responsible to spread knowledge, not reinforce ignorance and bias.
I have loyally watched your news programming in the morning and evening ever since I moved to Nashville. However, now that you have done such an intellectual disservice to the community you serve I must move on. I am really disappointed, almost ashamed.
I look forward to hearing your rational for this decision, I pray that there is something I am missing, that your actions are thought-out and fair. I fear they are not.
Its a gay church.
..."Well, after one bad experience, I haven't shopped at Burlington Coat Factory in many years...and now I know I have a reason never to give them another chance, hehe"...
I won't shop there again because I took something back and they would not give a refund of my money as other places do..My only option was a card they gave me allowing me to purchase something else of the same value. I rarely take anything back to any store but that is ridiculous. Thankfully, it was only $13.00 plus taxes.
What can one say--but hahahahahahah
I'm kind of disappointed that NBC didn't keep it on longer and lose more money.
FOTFLOL! Good thinking!
I'm lost. What does the Burlington Coat Factory have to do with this?
Glad to see Christians standing up to anti-Christian programming.
To hell with Hollywood. Hope the network took a serious bath on this one. Hope they contimue to lose their asses if they continue to present this kind of crap.
I'm guessing they were a sponsor of the show, but I don't know for sure.