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Prokopis Peter Dimas
Euro, neither right nor left
11:20 PM on 01/30/2013
good way to get their 15 minutes of fame
10:31 PM on 01/30/2013
oh no! how will people ever know that pornhub exists
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freedomwerks
real conservatives are not part of the GOP
11:58 AM on 01/31/2013
already more popular than the superbowl
12:30 PM on 01/31/2013
probably
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mrhandyman3105
Independent Voter
07:25 PM on 01/30/2013
Misleading ad. You have all ages watching the Superbowl and a porn commercial with "Pornhub" in big letters in the middle of the screen is "not" the place for it. It could pique the curiosity of an underage individual as to what it is and to visit their website and see pornographic material instantly, as most families do not restrict their children's phones and tablets which could be used to access it. But then again that is the responsibility of the parents to "educate" their children and be truthful to them as to what's out there and why they should not be accessing sites like that until they are of proper age and can fully understand and comprehend what and why those sites are used by people.

CBS did the right thing. Thank you CBS.
09:53 PM on 01/30/2013
Right, because older people never watch porn LOL! I do agree CBS made the right decision though.
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buckaroo bansai
mudfish whisperer
03:18 AM on 01/31/2013
... but , if they were drinkig beer in seperate bathtubs and talking about taking

erection pills , that'd be okay .
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mrhandyman3105
Independent Voter
10:10 AM on 01/31/2013
I don't see your point. Please explain.
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WillistonElkoAlum2002
Strongly favor abortion rights & less government.
06:53 PM on 01/30/2013
See BS. See more BS from See BS.

Remember, See BS allowed a misogynistic organization called Focus on the Family to air a violent anti-abortion ad during the Super Bowl in 2010.
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disc0pat
Just because we can do it doesn't mean we should.
09:44 PM on 01/30/2013
Whatever you feel about the previous ad, I am glad that they banned this (and I am a liberal, and a responbible parent). We don't really need this junk on TV (and, like the article said, it is probably a publicity stunt by Pornhub). Heck, I don't even like the stupid commercials with the bears for toilet paper. Let's get some class back in our lives.
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Quotidien
so there's that....
06:16 PM on 01/30/2013
That poor couple thought they were making a Geritol commercial.
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simian sez
It's been real.
04:06 PM on 01/30/2013
I would expect then that the cheerleaders will be dressed like characters of The Scarlett Letter, right?!
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WasteNJ
(Welcome To Digital Blackwater)
03:13 PM on 01/30/2013
Most harmless ad ever. Now, what audience could possibly enjoy porn more than people watching the SUPER BOWL?
CBS... pssshhht.
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iuriggs6
Sure thing. Shoot, Timmy.
05:47 PM on 01/30/2013
Zero need promoting a porn site on tv.
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WasteNJ
(Welcome To Digital Blackwater)
08:42 AM on 01/31/2013
Well while were at it, what else do we really not "need" to promote? GoDaddy's ads were 1000 times more sexual.
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iuriggs6
Sure thing. Shoot, Timmy.
02:51 PM on 01/30/2013
Good move CBS.