"'The good news is those weapons of mass destruction have finally been found. The bad news is your mother, sister, aunt, and grandma are all guilty of having them.' Ottawa Citizen reporter Misty Harris traces the route of the on-screen nipple," writes Amanda Toering. "Turns out, someone actually invented a technology that digitally erases the nipple when it makes its appearance. The de-nippling device has been used profusely on ABC’s Desperate Housewives. ...Some nipples are still okay," she concludes, providing visual examples... (SpeakSpeak News)
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