Shock jock Howard Stern's first 5 1/2 hour broadcast on Sirius Satellite Radio Monday contained an estimated 129 expletives, a watchdog group said.
FamilyMediaGuide.com auditors counted 68 uses of the f-bomb as well as many other instances that would have drawn the attention of the Federal Communications Commission had Stern been broadcasting over public airwaves.
The organization that issues ratings to music, movie, TV, video games and other projects to consumers by gauging sex and violence, said in a news release it has developed "The Howard Stern Shockulator" -- a quantified tabulation of Stern's use of profanity and sexual content on his new uncensored program.
FamilyMediaGuide.com CEO David G. Kinney said his group supports an uncensored media environment.
The group's ratings let consumers "decide for themselves whether content such as Stern's is of interest, based on their own standards of suitability," he said.
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"Preliminary numbers from the tabulation, which underwent a rigorous three-step validation process, have the five and a half hour broadcast containing 68 F-words, 34 A-holes, 17 uses of the C-word that pertains to men and 10 uses of the C-word that pertains to women."
All I can say is get a F**King Life you A**Holes..