So it turns out that the Federal Communications Commission (these guys regulate what can and can not be broadcast on television) are thinking about changing their decency standards which means that more obscenities including the F-word (not Funny) and the S-word (not Silly) would be allowed and shows could also show female frontal nudity (really?!?).
So if this bothers you in the slightest, you have the opportunity to voice your concern. The Commission, which I appreciate by the way, is allowing people to weigh in on the matter before they make a decision. So, if you have an opinion you can tell them by doing this:
Go to http://apps.fcc.gov
Fill in the "required fields" that are empty — your name, address and the comment you want to become part of the public record — and click “Continue.”
Inspect your comment for accuracy, and click “Confirm.”
All I know is that when me and my husband spent some time in Europe, the country we were visiting had similar polices regarding their broadcasting and it was uncomfortable to watch tv there, never knowing what words or images could and would pop up.
So there's your challenge for the day. If you have an opinion, you have a chance to share it. You have a voice. Make sure you use it before it's too late. The Commission is only accepting comments until APRIL 30th!