* Viacom Blasphemy and China Prison: Here's the entry that Bob Enyart added to Viacom's Wikipedia article that keeps getting removed:
On May 5, 2010, The Hollywood Reporter revealed that Viacom's Comedy Central "is developing a whole animated series around Jesus Christ" who, according to the network, wants to escape the shadow of his "powerful but apathetic father." Source: The Hollywood Reporter: "Comedy Central developing Jesus Christ cartoon", 5/5/2010. [See the wikipedia code below that you could use to paste into the Viacom article.]
And just like Egypt's pharaohs were able to build massive funeral pyramids by enslaving countless thousands of people, so too China can build a fast computer by enslaving a billion people. Bob also discusses why communist countries turn themselves into prisons; how socialism violates God's principles; and how distribution-channel technology enables unscrupulous businessmen like Viacom's chairman Sumner Redstone to target young people and make money off of ruining their lives.
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* Wikipedia Viacom Article Code: On May 5, 2010, [[The Hollywood Reporter]] revealed that Viacom's Comedy Central "is developing a whole animated series around [[Jesus Christ]]" who, according to the network, wants to escape the shadow of his "powerful but apathetic father."<ref>[http://livefeed.hollywoodreporter.com/2010/05/comedy-central-developing… The Hollywood Reporter: "Comedy Central developing Jesus Christ cartoon", 5/5/2010.]</ref>.