Maybe it's just me, but I have a very hard time seeing a difference between that statement and the OP's equivalent sentiment of "Stop shoving your immoral values down my throat." Why can't a reasonable discussion of decency standards take place between adults without one side being painted as lazy, filthy degenerates and the other side as lazy, shitty parents? Does it offend your zero tolerance policy that Hustler isn't available at the supermarket checkout aisle? If not, then you don't have a zero tolerance policy for people shoving their moral values down your throat. The fact is, nobody in this thread has suggested that questionable content should not exist, they've merely questioned why potentially offensive or disturbing content should be so readily available. I have very fond memories of sitting on the couch with my parents and brother when we were young to watch things like Little House on the Prairie, or CHiPs, or the Cosby Show. I work from home, my wife and I take and pick up our kids together almost every day from the neighborhood elementary school, I volunteer in their school several times a month, I coach their soccer teams, I make it to every performance, I play Lego or Wii or make believe adventures every day, yet Stan would suggest above that I am a lazy parent that does not take care of his family because I'd like to watch TV in the first hour of prime time without worrying about what my kids will see. Seriously? Why is that desire so outrageous? As it is now, we watch one television show as a family every week -- The Biggest Loser. That's it. And even at that, we can't do it without seeing several ads for the next SVU about child rape, or the next Grimm with some freaky imagery that'll give a six-year-old nightmares. It's like taking your kids to see Tangled and being treated to previews for Se7en and Pulp Fiction. I am not some ultra-conservative political activist. I'm just a reasonable adult that would like to see better standards for free, over-the-air broadcast television. Why does that bring out some people's venom? Certainly we're still capable of civil discourse, right?