|Quoting Mhodgson (Reply 1):
In the UK we have Chris Moyles, who will often push the boundaries a little, but I don't think he is quite as extreme as some of the shock jocks in the US.
|Quoting Brendan03 (Reply 3):|
I've heard Howard Stern is just a complete and utter downright fuckwit from many people, Excuse the language, but for lack of a better term I'll use that word.
|Quoting AerospaceFan (Reply 5):|
Basically, it's the abuse of freedom -- the use of freedom without due regard to responsibility.
|Quoting AerospaceFan (Reply 2):|
In general, to alleged comic effect and strained laughter, he often interviews impressionists who pretend to be anyone from distinguished public figures to bizarre nut cases, without clearly issuing a disclaimer to the occasional listener that the interviewees aren't really who they are said to be.
|Quoting ArmitageShanks (Reply 7):|
It's not an abuse. They are following the rules of law. When they step over the line, they get fined or fired.
Freedom of speech doesn't mean the kind that's only polite and nice.