I'm not. There's no reason why there shouldn't be toplessness on American TV as seen on European TV. I routinely what Euro TV and I'm amazed how much is blurred by the FCC censors. Instead we get to see Jack Bauer slitting people's throats which is far more harmful than a naked chest.
I really don't mean to nitpick, but the FCC does not actually censor anything. The process works like this; a broadcaster in the us is not allowed to broadcast pornographic material, or they will face harsh fines, which are levied by the FCC, assuming someone actually bothers to report the questionable material. Once reported the five FCC commissioners (all political appointees) then decide if the material was fit to be viewed by the public in the context that it was broadcast. If they decide it was unfit, they issue a fine. Broadcasters are forced to censor their own material, at cost.
If a tv station thought that they would be fined for a Jack Bauer throat slit scene, they could play it safe and blur it.
There's a dirty, and illegal way to do it.
First, if you follow these instructions, remember this KEY STEP TURN OFF THE MAIN SWITCH. Also, NEVER turn that main switch on if the generator is running. Finally, the main switch MUST be double throw.
Forget to follow these instructions, and you can very easily kill a lineman or blow up your generator.
Anyways, you just need a three pronged dryer plug, 2 of them, and sufficient length of heavy gauge wire. You create an illegal male - male 3 pronged plug, and connect your generator socket into the 3 pronged plug in your house used for the clothes dryer.
The reason it is illegal is because this form of installation does not prevent you from connecting your generator to the wiring outside your house. If you left the main switch on, you can energize the dead lines outside with 12,000 volts and kill a lineman.
The advantage? As long as the main switch is double throw, and you don't turn it on when the generator is connected, it is pretty safe. And cheap : a double throw switch and circuit box is $200-$500, while this method can be done for $10.
I'm pretty sure the lineman would be killed with 120vac, no?
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