What the FCC hath wrought

Now a station cancels the most tapioca personality on the air, Garrison Keillor, because of fears of FCC fines:

The warnings, issued by the program’s production company, came about Curse of the Cat Woman by Edward Field, which contained violent themes and the word “breast”; Thinking About the Past by Donald Justice, which also used the word “breast”; and Reunion by Amber Coverdale, which contained the phrase “get high.”