This post really only pertains to the United States, but whatever. Hear me out.
Yesterday, a US federal appeals court ruled that the FCC "indecency rule" is unconstitutional. For those of you Canadians who have no idea what I'm talking about. The Federal Communication Council is a group of people with big sticks up their asses who police what people say and do on TV and radio. In short; they're out of touch assholes with too much power. Their indecency rule came about after Bono said fuck during the Golden Globes back in '03, and has been used to issue out fines and other sanctions against stations that slip up and cuss on air. Such horseshit.
Anywho, the Court ruled that the rule is too vague in its wording and therefore cannot be enforced. So what does that mean? Well to me it means that it's open season on swearing on air in the US. So to all you newscasters, radio DJs, and PBS boring people out there; watch this famous George Carlin bit and get to work!
More fucking links after the jump!
Forklift and C.T. have two of our own on their show. Give it a listen.
A man who PA'd games the proper way.
Comparing the two league as only DGB can.
Did you know that Jimmy Carson played 86 games during the 92-93 season?
She’d almost be "let her eat crackers in the bed" good looking. - Solid Gold
Frozen Leafs checks out the current league cap situation and what it could all mean.
"In the worst case scenario we have only 33 more nights of this crap." Amen to that brother.
Captain Phaneuf comes in at #8 and Captain Clark is #3. Too bad they didn't count all those times his fists hit face.