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The FCC Received Multiple Complaints about Flacco’s Post-Super Bowl F-Bomb

With American culture placing such an importance on the Super Bowl, nearly ever pair of eyes and ears are fixated on their televisions the first Sunday of February, including the most sensitive ones.

Every year, the Federal Communications Commission receives dozens of complaints stemming from the Super Bowl, its commercials, and its halftime show. This year was no different than the others. There was passionate tongue wrestling and pole dancing in commercials and provocative attire from halftime performer Beyonce.

Oh yeah, and there was Joe Flacco making it known for all the cameras to hear how awesome it is to win the Super Bowl. And Joe described it in the only way Joe knows:

Instantly, sensitive America rushed to their phones and computers to let the FCC know exactly how displeased they were with the ethics of the Super Bowl.

And, partly because Joe is awesome, many of them included his name:

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