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Explanation: Just another point: there was even a film made a couple of years ago called "Blue Streak", which basically dealt with teenagers using bad language.
The story wasn't up to much and the film was generally viewed as an excuse to used lots of bad language under the pretext of social comment!
"*Blue Streak* (PG-13) -- this is NOT a PG-13 movie.
A perfect explanation of why teenagers talk the way they are said to talk. And yes, some or even many of them do talk in a sometimes vulgar and obscene fashion -- away from home, anyway -- just like in the movies, Martin Lawrence movies anyway. And this movie is a perfect example of the lowering of the threshold of acceptance of the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA). Just the sheer numbers of ignominy, not the severity of any particular one or few of them, in a relatively short movie made the scoring of this movie mathematically equivalent a hard R of 1995/96! Which, in turn, is an example of the subliminal and sometimes invisible negative influence on our embracement of His Expectations of us -- the frog on the stove syndrome. We, as an entertained people, have become so accustomed to such filth that we sometimes do not even notice its presence or a change in its density. But mathematical operations don't become accustomed to morality change and indeed don't even care. THAT is the greatest feature of the CAP Entertainment Media Analysis Model -- its complete objectivity which is not influenced by the changes in the level of acceptance of behaviors contrary to His Expectations of us."