Need to see if they are censoring the "N" word out of old replays, 9-10-02 show

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  1. HorseVsPelican

    HorseVsPelican Well-Known Member

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    I heard a clip from that show today on 101 and they were talking to Jeremy Shockey. Artie starts singing the sing "The house next door to me's been sold to A group of lovely people"

    During this it sounds like Artie is abruptly cut out. He later sings it again and it sounded edited again.

    Anyone have a clip of this from the original show?
     
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    FishySausage Original Nuttah VIP Gold

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    Think you're barking up the wrong tree with this.
    He STILL uses it every chance he gets on the show
     
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    If the word is being used by Howard to teach us a lesson about evil whitey then it is OK.
    Artie & Howard laughing at the n-bombs is probably why they were edited out.
     
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    I could pull the show, but I'm sure the full Reggie is there. FM days had unabashed Reggie all the time, I don't remember it ever being "cut off" until Sirius.

    In 2003 they even played Howard's take on "My A group of lovely people" with the Jackie hard-R in the chorus to Ludacris and asked him how he liked it.