There's a new weapon in the war between broadcasters that say "fuck" and the We've-gotta-make-sure-no-one-ever-hears-the-word-fuck-or-Jesus-will-hate-us Industrial Complex. It's called The Bleepinator, and it uses voice-recognition technology to automatically filter out dirty words before they hit the airwaves—potentially saving media companies millions in fines.

Okay, maybe we're just using this as an excuse to be filthy, but how is the machine going to fare against creative filthy talk, such as "mothershitter" or "slutfucker?" At just $10,000 per Bleepinator unit, there are many Standards and Practices dump-button censor monkey jobs at stake here.