Ripping off bits

Hey, Russ, it looks like some Canadians ripped off your Gary’s Laahver bit:

The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council (CBSC) said Friday that CJAY-FM’s Forbes and Friends breached an industry code of ethics last February by airing sexually explicit content. As a rule, mere sexual innuendo, while not in good taste, is acceptable on Canadian airwaves, but “unduly sexually explicit material is unacceptable radio fare,” the council said.

It agreed with an offended listener that the song “My Ex-boyfriend,” sung by a man to his ex-lover, which included references to “salami hider, vaseline slider, butt cheek divider, bone smuggler” was beyond the pale.

Damned Canadians. It’s just like them to ruin a good bit.

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