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Cool. S-h-i-t is such a common word it should be on tv. I'm actually against censorship anyhow. I think that after a certain time, that FCC should allow any language, for example Comedy Central which shows comedy concerts but bleeps out stuff, sometimes low enough where you can still hear what is said.

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