New FCC Intern Hasn’t Really Gotten The Hang Of This Censorship B***Shit
May 9th - Reports indicate that a new FCC intern is really struggling with the whole ‘censorship’ concept that is upheld by the organization.
Steve, who started working for the FCC just weeks ago, is having a very difficult time distinguishing between what needs to be censored and what is acceptable to be seen and heard by the general population.
“I’m in over my head here. I have no fuck**g clue what I’m doing,” lamented Steve, who impressed the FCC in his interview by speaking exclusively about how much he hated net neutrality. “Am I supposed to cover up boobs? What about butts? What if they’re attractive butts? Are you allowed to say ‘ass’ on the radio? What about on a television show? What if the show is on a basic cable program that airs after 9 PM but has content geared towards teenagers? These m****rfuckers are killing me with all of their godd**n rules.”
Update: Steve has been relieved of his duties at the FCC after accidentally calling his boss a ****.