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Informal Complaint Number: 11-WB14696820
Informal complaints about The Simpsons television show made to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Washington, D.C., 2010 - 2013

Informal Complaint Number: 11-WB14696820
Informal complaints about The Simpsons television show made to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Washington, D.C., 2010 - 2013
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ala-bas-ter:

Alabaster in the summertime
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oneweirdoldtip:

Covered a lot
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Space Teriyaki 7
Visions of space and the future in Japan in the 70s and 80s
1. Gan Hosoya, 1973, “Silence” poster
2. Tadami Yamada, c.1975
3. Genpei Akasegawa, c.1975
4. Hajime Sorayama, c.1975
5. Hiroshi Manabe, early 70s
6. Hisashi Saito, 1983, catalog illustration
7. Kazuyuki Goto, c.1975
8. Sadao Sato, 1983, original work
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Space Teriyaki 7
Visions of space and the future in Japan in the 70s and 80s
1. Gan Hosoya, 1973, “Silence” poster
2. Tadami Yamada, c.1975
3. Genpei Akasegawa, c.1975
4. Hajime Sorayama, c.1975
5. Hiroshi Manabe, early 70s
6. Hisashi Saito, 1983, catalog illustration
7. Kazuyuki Goto, c.1975
8. Sadao Sato, 1983, original work
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Space Teriyaki 7
Visions of space and the future in Japan in the 70s and 80s
1. Gan Hosoya, 1973, “Silence” poster
2. Tadami Yamada, c.1975
3. Genpei Akasegawa, c.1975
4. Hajime Sorayama, c.1975
5. Hiroshi Manabe, early 70s
6. Hisashi Saito, 1983, catalog illustration
7. Kazuyuki Goto, c.1975
8. Sadao Sato, 1983, original work
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Space Teriyaki 7
Visions of space and the future in Japan in the 70s and 80s
1. Gan Hosoya, 1973, “Silence” poster
2. Tadami Yamada, c.1975
3. Genpei Akasegawa, c.1975
4. Hajime Sorayama, c.1975
5. Hiroshi Manabe, early 70s
6. Hisashi Saito, 1983, catalog illustration
7. Kazuyuki Goto, c.1975
8. Sadao Sato, 1983, original work
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Space Teriyaki 7
Visions of space and the future in Japan in the 70s and 80s
1. Gan Hosoya, 1973, “Silence” poster
2. Tadami Yamada, c.1975
3. Genpei Akasegawa, c.1975
4. Hajime Sorayama, c.1975
5. Hiroshi Manabe, early 70s
6. Hisashi Saito, 1983, catalog illustration
7. Kazuyuki Goto, c.1975
8. Sadao Sato, 1983, original work
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Space Teriyaki 7
Visions of space and the future in Japan in the 70s and 80s
1. Gan Hosoya, 1973, “Silence” poster
2. Tadami Yamada, c.1975
3. Genpei Akasegawa, c.1975
4. Hajime Sorayama, c.1975
5. Hiroshi Manabe, early 70s
6. Hisashi Saito, 1983, catalog illustration
7. Kazuyuki Goto, c.1975
8. Sadao Sato, 1983, original work
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Space Teriyaki 7
Visions of space and the future in Japan in the 70s and 80s
1. Gan Hosoya, 1973, “Silence” poster
2. Tadami Yamada, c.1975
3. Genpei Akasegawa, c.1975
4. Hajime Sorayama, c.1975
5. Hiroshi Manabe, early 70s
6. Hisashi Saito, 1983, catalog illustration
7. Kazuyuki Goto, c.1975
8. Sadao Sato, 1983, original work
darksilenceinsuburbia:

Space Teriyaki 7
Visions of space and the future in Japan in the 70s and 80s
1. Gan Hosoya, 1973, “Silence” poster
2. Tadami Yamada, c.1975
3. Genpei Akasegawa, c.1975
4. Hajime Sorayama, c.1975
5. Hiroshi Manabe, early 70s
6. Hisashi Saito, 1983, catalog illustration
7. Kazuyuki Goto, c.1975
8. Sadao Sato, 1983, original work
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Why are you making this so hard? Open the door and walk in. 
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