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Lots of people in broadcasting use that kind of language. I've worked in radio and television studios for awhile now, and I've heard LOTS of foul language. Often times every other word is an S bomb or F bomb. The key is, you don't swear loudly in the studio during the middle of a broadcast. It's the engineers responsibility to make sure the mics aren't hot during commercials or automated programming. During breaks you'd think some of these anchors and talk show hosts were Bill O'Reilly on Inside Edition. I'm sure back in the good ol' days there was a lot better decorum in the studio than there is now, but the point is... this guy had to be retarded to think the microphones weren't hearing him.