I did not watch the Superbowl half-time follies because I was boycotting it because of their refusal to air the Moveon.org commercial for being too controversial. I am not one for censorship of any kind. Janet's breast on the airwaves are not offensive to me. I also believe things such as that have their time and place. Family programing time is not the place. This brings me to why I like CBS Sunday Morning so much. It's a great news program. It doesn't try to be scandalous or controversial. It's feel good, but it is news. This morning there was a commercial for a new drug called Cialis. Some of these drug commercials are so obscure that you're not really sure what they are for. Not Cialis! The commercial says things like "erectile dysfunction"; "goes to work fast and can last up to 36 hours"; "erections lasting longer than 4 hours"; "healthy enough for sexual activity". These are not obtuse phrasings. You know exactly what this medication is for. I do not have any children but I would be horrified if I did. Because I'm sure at 8 a.m. on a Sunday morning they would be sitting with me watching what I thought was an innocuous feel good program, only to be confronted with a commercial that talks about erections and their dysfunctions. Having "the talk" with a four year old because of a commercial that is aired is just as erroneous as having to talk to them about what that lady did during the Superbowl.