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KTAR 92.3 FM Mac & Gaydos Child Porn Experts?

Friday, May 15th, 2009

  

Are Mac & Gaydos child porn experts?

 

The reason I ask is because during the Mac & Gaydos Show yesterday afternoon I heard another horrific public utterance on KTAR 92.3 FM.  It really bothers me there is so much dumb programming on KTAR.

 

While Ankarlo’s utterance urging possibly homicidal individuals to commit suicide may have had a remote modicum of socially redeeming value, Mac & Gaydos’ utterances yesterday utterly astounded me with their sheer stupidity.

 

The management of KTAR needs to start paying close attention to exactly what is going out over the air.  

 

I thought it kind of stupid a while back when Gaydos readily admitted he voted for Barack Obama.  But yesterday, Mac & Gaydos may have convicted themselves publicly during their broadcast of possible possession of child pornography!

 

Let me explain about yesterday’s show:

 

Both Mac & Gaydos agreed and emphasized a picture of a 16-year-old female published in her Florida high school yearbook was “definitely child pornography.”

 

And both Mac & Gaydos concurred neither felt any sympathy for this young girl who had neglected to dress appropriately.

 

Now, before any of you (my readers) decide to Google and search for that photograph of this adolescent female, DON’T!

 

Don’t do it because if what Mac & Gaydos said is accurate, then any person who has a picture of that under aged female’s private parts on his or her computer might be guilty of possessing “child pornography” under Federal law!

 

To the best of my knowledge it doesn’t matter what one’s intent is. All that matters is possession.  Moreover, each photograph is one count.  Each count gets one 10 years in prison.  That’s 10 years of Federal time, hard time with no relief.

 

If Mac & Gaydos Goggled the Internet at work on KTAR’s computers, then the computers at KTAR may contain “child porn!”

 

Folks, the laws have gotten very technical and extremely punitive. Even for the purposes of making a news report, if one accesses such a photograph, then one may be guilty of federal child porn laws.

 

Even Joe Crummy last evening publically added to the humiliation of another minor.  A 17 year old girl in Arizona had her photo published in her Tonopah high school year book with a cruel label.

 

KTAR really needs to monitor their programming.  I just can’t believe how dumb some of the talk show hosts seem to be at KTAR. 

 

Did you hear Mac & Gaydos became self proclaimed child pornography experts yesterday?

 

Post Script

 

During lunch I explained to my waitress my reservations about posting this.  While most of the spam comments I get are from on line sales of pharmaceuticals, of drugs, I really do not want the tag “child pornography” on my blog.

 

My blog already has 1581 spam comments and only 160 real comments about half of which are my responses to comments.  I am not looking forward to more spam from porn sites and pornographers.

 

But, as the waitress said, I am right. 

 

As an adult male the last thing I would utter publically is that I looked at anything that resembled in anyway child pornography!

 

As adults we need to avoid adding to the burdens of any one who is under age, of any minor considering the added strain young people are already under in our current culture.

 

Again, just because Mac & Gaydos apparently accessed such photographs, don’t you do it because it would be a crime!  Let the fools go on thinking they are free to view such photos with impunity.  Maybe the FBI ought to give KTAR a call.