Kevin and Sully fly solo again in this episode all about swearing. Crystal had her schedule changed for the week at work, so she was unable to join us again. Kevin brings up a few news items to start out... in particular Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart from the WWE Wrestling world passed away at the age of 63, a shooter that wasn't originally charged with shooting another man in Florida, was charged with manslaughter, and Paris has installed what they call "Urinoirs", or outside, exposed toilets. Then they move on to talk all things swear words. They discuss how its become more "commonplace" to swear now and what used to be deemed as bad, now is used even in places like daytime television. Kevin talks about how it's definitely become more accepted in society and isn't deemed as offensive as it once was. Sully agrees and brings up some famous Comedians like Richard Pryor, George Carlin and Eddie Murphy... and how they were pioneers for swearing in comedic acts. They both agree George Carlin told it how it was, was truthful, but added swearing to give it that "edge" and funniness. Kevin admits he swears a lot, more so than he probably should and relates it back to working in a firehouse. Sully stays cautious around certain people, but says he tends to swear a lot as well. They get talking about how Howard Stern was another pioneer for swearing "on-air" once he moved to Sirius Satellite Radio and how it seems to have paved the way for Podcasts, like ours, to be created. A little bit of a shorter episode than normal, but the boys will have you laughing once again!