For some reason, this is starting to really get at me. Why does the radio have the right to blank out swears or otherwise.. risque material from music? And example is the song I was listening to in the car, "Best I Ever Had" by Drake. Normally, the chorus goes; "You the fuckin' best, You the fuckin' best, You the fuckin' best, You the fuckin' best, you the best I ever had, best I ever had.." But on the radio, it goes; "You the you the best, You the you the best..." Another example is the song "Paper Planes" by M.I.A. Normally, the chorus goes; "All I wanna do is BANGBANGBANGBANG and (reload noise) CHACHING and take your money.." On the radio, it goes; "All I wanna do is (not even sure what the sound is, sounds like) TSHTSHTSHTSH and (weird spacey noise) CHACHING and take your money.." I just feel that blocking out certain things on the radio just isn't American. Children are going to exposed to it sooner or later, and it's just words. Parents can still punish their kids accordingly if they swear, it shouldn't matter if they hear it in a song. Discuss.