The four big broadcast networks are arguing to the FCC that cable is stealing their thunder as cable has more leeway with profanity, and, put simply, that’s not fair.
To demonstrate how ridiculous all this corporate and government censorship is, Stephen Colbert invited House famous Hugh Laurie to recite a list of Viacom approved vulgar words and obscenities on his Colbert Report show.
The video was taken by a woman who caught on of her unstable neighbors stealing rhubarb from behind the alley. After confronting her, the crazy lady finally gave up and left, but not without dropping many expletives first.
Update: original video is down, so here is Ray William Johnson covering the clip.
First days are tough, be it the first day of Kindergarten, high school, or work. Everyone gets a little nervous, but few have the butterflies like AJ Clemente.
The fresh anchor from the east coast was barely on the air for a second before nervously cursing under his breath that was caught by a hot mic. His co-anchor couldn’t help but get tongue tied as well.
Mkrogen downloaded the news clip and posted it on YouTube, and now in just one day the clip has been seen over one million times.
That’s embarrassing. Already, he has been fired, reports ABCNews, and has tweeted, “Rookie mistake. I’m a free agent.Cant help but laugh at myself and stay positive.Wish i didnt trip over my “Freaking Shoes” out of the gate.”
Rookie mistake. I’m a free agent.Cant help but laugh at myself and stay positive.Wish i didnt trip over my “Freaking Shoes” out of the gate.