Subject: Re: Freeform bleeping the word "sorry" for International Women's Day
>On 2018-03-08 1:10 PM, Adam H. Kerman wrote:
>> David<email@example.com> wrote:
>>> SORRY, WE'RE #NOTSORRY
>>> FREEFORM UNAPOLOGETICALLY CELEBRATES INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY ON
>>> MARCH 8 BY BLEEPING OUT "SORRY" ACROSS ITS PLATFORMS
>>> Freeform, Disney's young adult network, is celebrating International
>>> Women's Day by launching the #NotSorry campaign across its linear and
>>> social platforms, which will bleep out every time a woman says "sorry"
>>> on-air. From 11:00 a.m. EST to 11:00 p.m. EST today, THURSDAY, MARCH
>>> 8, 2018, nearly 50 "sorrys" will be edited out, inspiring women to be
>>> unapologetically bold, daring, confident and powerful. In the spirit
>>> of International Women's Day, Freeform is encouraging its viewers to
>>> raise their voices for equality.
>>> Throughout the day, a #NotSorry meter will track the count on-air for
>>> each omitted "sorry." Additionally, Freeform will ask fans to submit
>>> what they are #NotSorry for across its social platforms. This campaign
>>> amplifies Freeform's commitment to its tagline "a little forward,"
>>> which continues to set itself apart from other content platforms by
>>> delivering stories that energize and empower young adults to celebrate
>>> the power of possibility and inclusivity.
>> I hope producers sue their asses into bankruptcy for breach of contract.
>> That's outrageous.
>I'm sorry but Freeform are idiots. (I hope they remember to delete *my*