Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Mutha Uckers

Steven Price at Media Law Journal reckons the Broadcasting Standards Authority fucked up in their decision against The Edge. I agree but for differing reasons. While he argues that the song is political and should get more slack because of it, I disagree with the BSA on the grounds that the song was insufficiently censored during a time when small children might have heard the song.

Unfortunately, Paul Henry is always on at a time when small children might hear his brain farts. The BSA refused to uphold a complaint against the Breakfast retard by describing homosexuality as "unnatural". This time, I agree with Price that the BSA made the right decision. The comments were a pretty low level of offensiveness. He's a simple mutha ucker.

Disclosure: Not gay, just goNZo.