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    As I was showering I did remember watching a Grammy show once. Paul McCartney got static for wearing tennies on stage. The popular black ones with the three white stripes on the side. Now that's gonna bug me till I remember what brand they were.
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    I'm just dumbfounded here. If there is "too much skin" for your taste change the channel? This is not some person parading nude through the mall. This is a choice thing. Those who make money from the Grammy's will decide what they will allow based on MONEY. And Mary come on dear lady. "I have mixed feelings" is not something anyone has about this. It's either yes it's too much or it's just right or it's not enough. That's the only three choices and I'm voting not enough. If those women want to flaunt it then I don't care if they do.(I didn't watch anyhow. Why wade your way through all the nonsense when the photos are right there everywhere you turn online?)
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    @Rocker I mean really, Kim Khardashian unleashed that entire bunch on America via a sex tape with a rapper. And we're worried about cleavage at the Grammy's? What's wrong with this picture?
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    @jessejaymes - well, sex is one thing altogether different. Besides, I don't much care for the people like Kimbo who hasn't really done anything except famous for being famous.
    If you were to ask 'what's wrong with this picture' of Katy, I'd have to say: "absolutely nothing that I can (or can't) see".
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    @Rocker And that's my point. Why are people getting "scandalized" by what you think you almost see while tuning in America's tramps on the other channel? Jeez what a disgusting family.
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    I haven't watched the Grammys since Bruce Hornsby won the Bluegrass Grammy for a tune featuring a piano.

    But I fell in love with one phrase in the CBS dress code, "fleshy undercurve." I have no idea what that means but I'm sure someone somewhere will make a rule against it.
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    @Medicinebow I am reminded of an interview Gene Roddenberry did years ago. The network had this arcane dress code for the female aliens in Star Trek that allowed exposure of the breast all the way down to the aureole, but never the underside (fleshy undercurve?) of the breast. Roddenberry thought it was because network censors thought maybe moss grew down there.
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    Might as well be some flesh, certainly isn't any music of value ( except I heard the jazz segment was pretty cool). BTW, who won best Polka album and best new Gangsta' Wannabe awards?
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    Then why did you post a comment? Just so you could lord it over us peasants who occasionally watch television? Feeling superior, aren't you? Perhaps you should climb down off that high horse before you get a nose bleed. ;)
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    Are these some of the same people that support and influence are political leaders while reflecting their values and integrity>
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    If we have leaders that can be influenced by these people, we should get rid of them. They are unfortunately used by our leaders to influence weaker followers, and unfortunately we can't get rid of those. Personally, the only thing I'd take away from them is the curviture of their body's, so as long as they keep their mouth shut on matters outside their job decription let them dress on.
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    Many artists and musicians are testing the edge and that is part of the talent. To try to make them have to confine themeslves to prudish standards. is ludicris. cbs is rapidly loosing my respect! Bunch of anal prudes! WAY TOO CONSEVITIVE for me........the powers that think they need to monitor the way women dress need to self deport to the middle east where women are more complient!
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    @fridayjones Talent is singing or dancing or writing music or lyrics. Showing your ta-ta's is why so few truly talented performers are left who have real talent--who needs talent when you can titilate like a stripper?

    I'm no prude, but it's ridiculous or ludicrOUs. Te event is held by CBS--in the verncular, these people are in CBS's house, and they are dissing the network. Screw'em if they can't be professional or act at least like an adult. Their careers will only last as long as their breasts stay perky.
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    There is a difference between trashy and pretty and some of those girls do cross the line a bit. I think its their channel if they cant follow directions they shouldnt be allowed to participate in the show. Rules are rules and thats it.
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    If women get to expose their breasts, I insist on full-frontal male nudity. The rest of us (gay men and straight women) should have eye candy too.
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    If they were really serious about banning the trashy, slutty outfits most celebs wear these days, they would simply have bouncers at the doors and deny offenders entrance. That would put an end to it, I would think. Personally, I think Katy Perry's dress was fine. So what it it showed her "curves"? But the other two shown...well, can we say "tramp"? Look, the sad fact is that men insist on women to be sex objects. They judge her by her looks. Even more pathetic is that some, if not most, women actually buy into that crap. One can be sexy - and I think even more so - when more is left to the imagination...where ALL sex begins, anyway. But when women dress to show off their fake tits (most unattractive, anyway!) or to suggest a peek at their "snatch" - where's the good taste in that? She may as well just go nude, hang a sign around her neck that says "I'm open for business", and be done with it. There's good taste and then there's vulgarity. Unfortunately, vulgarity seems to be winning the day. It's a shame more of these women don't have more refinement, culture, and a belief that their worth is based on more than showing tits, ass and crotch in public. When a woman has to sell herself in this way, it shows a fundamental lack of self-esteem and self-worth.
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    Look, this is more about morality than anything else. Since pornography is an issue for me which I don't want to be an issue for others, I have to say that this worries me because it ends up hurting you and your relationships with other women. So the more flesh seen, the more chance you'll get hurt in some way or form. Come on America.... this is an issue that needs to be fixed. This has nothing to do with being prudish, but protecting oneself or one's family.
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    No more unusual than what I see out here from behind the camera. Well, I do know some guys love it and some women, also. More power to them. I got bills to pay and better things to worry about. Back to politics.
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