Censorship is super arbitrary. I remember Daniel Tosh had actually a skit where he might say "rape" and also he might say "dungeon" but he couldn't say "rape dungeon" without it being censored.
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He likewise had a clip on his present wright here some dumbass poured gasoline onto a fire and also torched the porch... he made a joke around the station nightclub fire that killed a hundred people in the time of a good white show. He said somepoint along the lines of he hadn’t checked out a pyrotechnic present favor that since great white- and also they bleeped good white
Due to the fact that "goddamn" or its variations are calling dvery own God's eternal punishment on someone or somepoint. "Damned" or "damn" are saying the person/thing is already condemned - basically calling it worthless/awful. Words "God" on its own doesn't execute anypoint.
Radio is weird. After a specific time of day they do not censor songs. For instance "Who are You?" by The Who has actually a line "who the fuck are you?" - some times it is garbled, occasionally not.
I get a kick out of when they edit out the word bitch in crazy bitch by buckcherry, however then play cold heart bitch by jet unedited...
are you certain "goddamn" is explicitly forbidden? (like shit, fuck, etc..)
Federal law prohibits obscene, indecent and also profane content from being broadcast on the radio or TV. That might seem clear enough, however determining what obscene, indecent and also profane mean can be tough, relying on that you talk to.
possibly it's something they censor locally.
man tried to sue NBC for offensive content in "The West Wing"
we discover no merit to Sharp's complaint, and also conclude that the staff's April 18, 2002, letter ruling properly discovered that the licencheck out did not violate 18 U.S.C. § 1464 by airing the remarks in question.
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First, Sharp argues that licenview violated the statute by broadcasting the percentage of ``The West Wing'' regime wherein character President Bartlet ``scream