Nate Diaz has a message for the people who try to censor his profanity

When I was a teenager, Howard Stern was the poster boy for breaking every rule of broadcasting and continuing to climb the corporate ladder despite the reprimands.  Today, he’s got a cushy wing of Sirius XM Studios roped off in New York City where he can freely say whatever he wants without sustaining endless fines from the FCC.  I’m not sure what was so controversial about having naked lesbians as guests on public radio, but it was far too raw for rest of society.  Unfortunately, FOX doesn’t share Sirius XM’s censorship freedom to allow Nate Diaz to speak his mind freely for fear public backlash.  In fact, they staff a full team of ‘button pushers’ to censor broadcasts and prevent profanity from hitting your living room.  On Saturday night, they’re preparing to work over-time while Nate Diaz fights for the UFC lightweight title against Benson Henderson, but not before Nate gives them this brief message.


Published on December 6, 2012 at 10:25 pm
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