Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Beth143nacho, Apr 21, 2014.
A new bill introduced into the U.S. House of Representatives aims at curbing overzealous photoshopping of models and celebrities in advertisements.
at least this will not apply to beth
we're $17 Trillion in debt, and 'curbing overzealous photoshopping' is what they're worried about?
I'm just glad congress is busy making the world a better place.
While not the most important subject, of course, I support this bill. If for no other reason than it will let me know who I should really be jerking off to.
A BiPartisan effort...
hey its a start...
Is a GOP rep from California really a GOP rep?
Beth is safe. It doesn't say anything about Instagram pictures.
You'd be surprised what humanity will distract itself with when dealing with over-whelming catastrophes.
You should read here, the most important news article no one has noticed...
They should not allow photoshopping to the point that it's misrepresenting a product/false advertising. I hate that every ad for mascara has the model wearing enormous fake eyelashes + they're photoshopped. I want to see what the product looks like on real lashes. I also hate bra ads where the models have implants. I want to see how the bra fits on a pair of real boobs. Implants don't give you any idea of the support or push up factor the bra gives or doesn't give.
And it only applies to models.
Fucked? How? 1. Beef is not a model. 2. Beef is not a celebrity. 3. Beef will never be in any advertising campaign.
Not sure how anyone over the age of 12 does't know all these photos are shopped today. How are they being affected?
They only have "Pretend" Photo shoots......Won't apply.....
$17 Trillion in debt and we're using tax payer dollars to promote a white-washed story is Islam to students in the Czech Republic.
This country is SO fucked.
Anyway, with this "Truth in Advertising Act" I doubt it'll get any traction. A) in borders on restricting free speech and B) corporations own Congress and they don't want to be told how they can advertise their products.
If people are too dumb to know that the pictures they see in magazine and on websites aren't reality, then they deserved to be parted from their money. Notice that these Representatives aren't sponsoring any "Truth in Congress Act" bills.
Why stop at photoshopping when make-up makes beasts look like princesses as well? Make-up is the ultimate form of misrepresenting a product or person.