Anti-porn video yields awesome ’80s crowd reaction shots

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53 Responses to “Anti-porn video yields awesome ’80s crowd reaction shots”

  1. robdobbs says:

    I thought that was George Carlin in the audience.

  2. chgoliz says:

    “You come to the point where you’ve seen everything that can be shown.”

    *fit of giggles*

  3. jandrese says:

    I love the title of this video too.  The premise seemed to be that only the mafia makes porn (and uses strongarm tactics to keep other producers out?), so if you arrested the 14 guys in the Mafia who make porn, then that would cut the flow off entirely? 

    The other thing I love is the huge huge glasses almost the entire audience is wearing.  Apparently Dobson really struck a chord with the myopic crowd. 

  4. Funk Daddy says:

    Those two dudes on the still, dropping their heads when the speaker says “even the most committed people, will often find themselves bit” LOL. Poor bastards.

    Or the cat in the glasses that snaps back to reality at the mention of family, pulled from the imagery of men doing things to men. LOL. Poor bastard.

  5. RKTR ♫soundcloud.com/rktr says:

    Its like Tim & Eric, but in real life PSA format.

  6. Funk Daddy says:

    “Pornography: A Winnable War.”

    Then, like a wave of jizz, came the internet, sweeping the opposition aside like so much uptight flotsam. There would be no victory, there wold not even be a real war anymore. It was over. The porn had won the day.

    And I turned to her and said, “Oh well babe, guess we’ll have to be real parents after all.”

    • wysinwyg says:

       Actually, the internet seriously disrupted the porn industry by putting amateurs on a similar footing with porn industry porn.  Which didn’t actually reduce the amount of porn, just the “quality.”

  7. Boundegar says:

    I’d like to see these reactions intercut with video of Governor Romney.

  8. Stonewalker says:

    People looked *weird* in the 80s.  This is so wonderful.

  9. Check out the great JULIO IGLESIAS at 01.29.  Thinking to himself “Who even needs porn?  MUHAHAHA.”

  10. Sagodjur says:

    I think Dobson’s influence has been quantitatively worse than the porn industry on our culture. Most porn is by adults and for adults and the involvement of children is illegal. Dobson’s religio-cultural indoctrination has been widespread amongst children and adults and has been used to attack freedom, diversity, and to unduly influence the political process by getting people to vote for corrupt politicians who say they’ll outlaw abortion at the same time they’re giving corporations whatever they want.

  11. jahxman says:

    Woman at 1:25 looks both aghast and oddly intrigued….

    • malindrome says:

      Isn’t that the point of seminars like this?  You get a little titillation, but in a “safe” context, so you can feel good and self-righteous about it.

  12. Brett Lempereur says:

    Nice to see Smiling Jim Trepomena crawled out of that hole in the earth.

  13. smallteam says:

    in b4 Jim Cunningham (Donnie Darko) reference

  14. fufter says:

     It sounds like a Freudian slip when he sums up the depravities that can be encountered “upstairs” just after 1:10: “… there are men doing that to men, and you can see women  and men together. Anything that you want.”

    Well, if that really is what you want, stop repressing your feelings!

  15. Crispinus211 says:

    Then there’s the “inflow of soft to hardcore” guy at 1:34 trying to sound not *too* much like an expert:  “Uh, whatever you call it…”  Smooth.

    • Sirkowski says:

      I mean, I’ve never watched THE porn. I just heard about it. At church. Yes, that’s it.

      • archzero says:

        I sense that if it wasn’t for his wife seeing the statement from the cable company that his bill would have rivaled NASA’s budget … getting a guy like this to quit fapping on the internet today is simple: just tell him that all porn sites cost extra because they are long distance

        • Cowicide says:

          just tell him that all porn sites cost extra because they are long distance

          Uh..heh..heh… he said “long”…

  16. Cowicide says:

    Old John Malkovich disapproves… (at 00:58)

    • Laurent Dubois says:

      Nice catch! I knew this guy is a time traveller and enjoys good old preaching about hardcore porn :)

  17. RedShirt77 says:

    I love how the “Anti-porn” war is won by large numbers of adults gathering together to listen to an old man tell a story of all the live sex acts you can see while putting coins in a machine.

  18. Culturedropout says:

    They left out “Dogs and cats, living together!”

  19. Comedian says:

    Time traveling Barney Stinson at 0:21 would make a great cutaway gag for HIMYM. 

  20. “…women and men together, anything that you want.”  - down with that sort of thing!

  21. heligo says:

    there’s religion for you in a nut shell. the masses listening intently to an individual for an opinion. don’t you dare think for yourself. *sigh* humans…

  22. luisella says:

    Best watched side by side with a gangbang cum swallow video.

  23. kiptw says:

    Please, somebody with the know-how, switch the “oh, horrors” reactions to his porn descriptions with the “that’s absolutely right, preacher” reactions to his later bromides. The Dark Lord commands you! Probably.

  24. GregS says:

    I’m willing to bet that the most important thing that many of the men in that audience took away from Dobson’s talk was that “there’s porn on cable TV”.

  25. Laurent Dubois says:

    This is my instant favorite of the month… the starting titles reminded me of a good old 80′s movie and I was expecting to see Michael J Fox changing clothes in an elevator or something (for those who were not born yet at the time, check the “Secret of my Success”… it is all pure 80′s :0)). The speaker obviously has experience about visiting peep shows… and how the hell does he know what is going on on the second floor… 

    … most people in the audience seems to enjoy their brainwashing and think about the porn movie they will watch later that night :)

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