'Family Video' chain being taken to court for X-rated titles

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  1. I Am Blessed 24

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    (It's about time!!!)

    Court will resume in April in Auburn, New York, when a judge takes up the case of a video rental store operating under the chain name "Family Video," that's been sued by the city for selling X-rated videos -- in violation of its code regulating sexually oriented businesses -- because the store is located within 500 feet of a residential neighborhood.

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    Maybe they serve up videos for Hugh Hefner's family! :laugh:
     
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    I stopped going to our local Family Video and got Netflix.

    FV's X-rated movies are in a separate room, but their R-rated movies (with graphic sexual pictures and nudity) are right next to the family videos.

    I got tired of having to steer my teen-aged grandson around all the bad ones. It wasn't worth the hassle.

    With Netflix, I don't have to leave home. :)
     

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