Skip to comments.Strikeout: Rockies Cancel 'Nickelodeon Day' In Wake of Biggs' Misogynist Tweets
Posted on 09/06/2012 8:33:34 AM PDT by DFG
The fallout from Jason Biggs' misogynistic Tweets against the wives of the GOP presidential ticket reached a Mile High pitch today.
The Colorado Rockies had planned to hold a "Nickelodeon Day" at Denver's Coors Field Sept. 23. That didn't sit well with some Colorado residents who were aghast that Biggs, who voices Leonardo in the upcoming Nickelodeon show "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," would say demeaning things about both Ann Romney and Janna Ryan.
The Rockies franchise initially refused to bend to public pressure. Today, the baseball team listened to its fan base.
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Why does this channel insist on promoting an X-Rated twitter feed to children?
Should I be a Rockies fan now?
We are all Rockies fans now
I’m a Rockies fan, too - until Sept 20th.
Considering Nickelodeon is part of the rancid Viacom group, which specializes in a lot of degenerate cultural filth, it’s not been a surprise they’ve been sticking with this sicko Biggs pervert. Probably a perfect fit for the company and its deviant ideology.
I’m just glad to hear someone making a solid stand against these sickos. Too many quarters nowadays let these things slide, and this alone has a further effect on the culture. There have been a lot of stories lately, for example, involving the youth/teen (facebook,etc.) reactions to horrid incidents of rape and child molestation, in which these topics are treated as big jokes, and victims ridiculed. Mind-boggling. The culture is get sicker and sicker all the time. That’s why things as seemingly minor as this Biggs/Nickelodeon situation need to be strongly confronted.
Nickelodeon has pulls all links to the miscreant’s Twitter feed. At least while they’re being watched.
Since the Rockies are now short a sponsor for 9/20, I suggest that Chick-Fil-A step in and do a replacement promotion.
Chik-fil-A Day at the ballpark sounds yummy
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