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Bras, Panties, Cleavage and Neil Cavuto

Reported by Melanie - December 2, 2004

There are an awful lot of breasts, buttocks and altogether nearly- naked women shown on Your World w/Neil Cavuto. Here are some recent examples.

November 9, 2004. Brenda Buttner substituted for Cavuto. She reported that Victoria's Secret models were going on a "road show." During her report, video aired of Victoria's Secret models in bras, panties and feather boas parading up and down a showroom runway. At the end of her report Buttner said something like "that one's for Neil."

November 18, 2004. During the Fox Stox portion of the show, over video of Victoria's Secret models parading down a runway wearing bras, panties and feather boas, Cavuto said this:

"Sales up, up, up. Limited Brands in a stunning development just into Fox. The company behind Victoria's Secret posting operating profits that were right in line with estimates. Sales could have used a but more umph. Still, Limited is predicting a brisk gift giving season." (Cavuto emphasized the word "umph.")

Today (December 2, 2004) again during the Fox Stox portion of his show, over video of models parading in bras and panties but this time with added tight-shots of cleavage, Cavuto said:

"And you might remember that November was a bust at Limited Brands. They operate Victoria's Secret. Seeing its sales sag 5% in stores open at least a year. We'll keep you abreast of any further developments."

COMMENT: Can you imagine all the young children home alone who might see this! Shouldn't this be saved for sometime after 9:00 p.m., or banned altogether? Should we contact the FCC? Where's Jerry Falwell (hosting CNN's Crossfire today, if you can believe that)? Where's Pat Robertson? Where are they when you need them! (Google "sex and the media." The number of results: 14,200,000.)

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