posted on 7.16.10
“I guess what I’d ask you to do, Mississippi, is go ahead and let there be something on the air that you don’t like, because your neighbor may like it; somebody in your family may like it; and you may benefit from hearing it. I think it’s a shame when people want to stop something from being on the air because they don’t agree with it. There’s a lot of things on television that I hate, but I’m glad they’re there, and I watch them. I don’t like Glenn Beck; I don’t like Bill O’Reilly. But I watch them, and the reason I do is because I want to understand people I disagree with; I think you grow from that. I’m glad that this country has such a wide spectrum of ideas, and that everyone can express them.”
From: comedian Louis C.K., in a video response to Mississippi Public Broadcasting dropping Terry Gross’ NPR show Fresh Air because a caller to a Mississippi state school complained after hearing an episode in which C.K. explained to Gross that he always has sex with a T-shirt on

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