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(Calgary Sun)   Some people are outraged that a pizza that has 90 slices of jalapeño-infused pepperoni topped with diced jalapeño peppers is being called "La Chingona" or translated most politely as "badass." I'd be more worried what it does to diners' colons   (calgarysun.com) divider line 157
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2014-03-23 05:02:39 PM  
I'm thinking that by morning the pizza's description will fit better for the ass than the colon.
 
2014-03-23 05:10:02 PM  
Yah, but I'd still try a slice.
 
2014-03-23 05:17:34 PM  
Context is everything...that word can mean "badass," "cool," or "f*cker," depending on how it's used.

There's a popular pizza chain in SoCal called Chi-Chi's...the name is Messican slang for "tits." :)
 
2014-03-23 05:27:17 PM  
jeffreyklyles.files.wordpress.com

What a female Mexican badass may look like.
 
2014-03-23 05:28:24 PM  
Huh, so Mexicans have their own pizzas-for-Mexicans business in the US.
I could understand maybe an Asian chain without lactose in the ingredients, but a Mexican pizza service seems unusual.
Do you pay extra for them to smuggle in your extended family? A punch card that rewards you with a flame decal for every 10 pizzas?
 
2014-03-23 06:04:50 PM  
I bet they'll love my pizza, I call it La Chingadera
 
2014-03-23 06:09:44 PM  

Lorelle: Context is everything...that word can mean "badass," "cool," or "f*cker," depending on how it's used.

There's a popular pizza chain in SoCal called Chi-Chi's...the name is Messican slang for "tits." :)


www.wildnatureimages.com
 
2014-03-23 06:12:27 PM  
I like pizza patron...looking forward to try this pizza
 
2014-03-23 06:15:26 PM  
Heh, that's the place that also accepts pesos. I'll have to try it with some Tabasco or cholula. Or both
 
2014-03-23 06:20:51 PM  

OregonVet: Yah, but I'd still try a slice.


WANT.
 
2014-03-23 07:03:59 PM  
Pizza Patron is really good at getting free publicity by trolling people
 
2014-03-23 07:34:37 PM  
La Puta Gorda already taken?
 
2014-03-23 07:40:38 PM  
The pepperoni gives me heartburn, but jalapenos on a pizza is awesome.
 
2014-03-23 07:47:38 PM  

twistedmetal: The pepperoni gives me heartburn, but jalapenos on a pizza is awesome.


Ya, I was thinking that it was a shame that it's covered in pig.
 
2014-03-23 07:48:57 PM  
Just sell it to anyone who plays Borderlands!
 
2014-03-23 07:52:14 PM  
For me jalapeño falls into that category of food where I like the taste of it, but I don't like to eat it.  Pickles are another one.   Jalapeño juice or pickle juice on my food? Awesome, it adds flavor, I just don't want to have chunks of that stuff in the food.
 
2014-03-23 07:52:58 PM  

ekdikeo4: OregonVet: Yah, but I'd still try a slice.

WANT.


What they said.
 
2014-03-23 07:53:29 PM  

fusillade762: [jeffreyklyles.files.wordpress.com image 600x323]

What a female MexicanJewish badass may look like.


Because there are tons of Mexicans named "Jenette Goldstein"
 
2014-03-23 07:54:05 PM  
La Panocha pizza would sell like hot cakes
 
2014-03-23 07:54:53 PM  
I loooooooove jalapenos. Yeah, they'll blow out your colon something fierce, but that La Chingona looks like an orgy for my taste buds. Add some chopped pepper and glaze it with mango-habanero sauce ... oh my god ... i'm friggin' droolin'. If it don't make your eyeballs sweat, it's bland.
 
2014-03-23 07:55:13 PM  

demaL-demaL-yeH: twistedmetal: The pepperoni gives me heartburn, but jalapenos on a pizza is awesome.

Ya, I was thinking that it was a shame that it's covered in pig.


You sound like a terrorist. :)
 
2014-03-23 07:56:34 PM  
IF you like that one, they have another one with Habaneros called

"El Ano Explosivo"
 
2014-03-23 07:57:53 PM  
Hm, according to the Urban Dictionary a "chingona" is a "f*cking bad-ass chick". "Comida chingona" is bad-ass food or more correctly f*cking bad-ass food.

However, before anyone gets their panties in a knot, the Barrio Cafe in Phoenix has used it for a slogan since 2002:

Esta comida esta bien chingona.

Or essentially, "This food is really f*cking good." Mexicans don't say anything without putting f*ck into it.
 
JVD
2014-03-23 08:00:21 PM  
I'd eat it. I'd ask them to put a few habaneros on there to give it a little heat too.
 
2014-03-23 08:00:23 PM  
I love Hitler Pizza. Oven baked.
 
2014-03-23 08:01:05 PM  
The jalapeño sounds awesome but that much pepperoni will ruin an otherwise good pie
 
2014-03-23 08:02:12 PM  

WTFDYW: demaL-demaL-yeH: twistedmetal: The pepperoni gives me heartburn, but jalapenos on a pizza is awesome.

Ya, I was thinking that it was a shame that it's covered in pig.

You sound like a terrorist. :)


Nah, he's just a sanctimonious douchebag.
 
2014-03-23 08:03:14 PM  
Chingow!!!!
 
2014-03-23 08:11:37 PM  
A missing apostrophe is still a wrong apostrophe.
 
2014-03-23 08:19:16 PM  

utsagrad123: Pizza Patron is really good at getting free publicity by trolling people


Yup. Seems like a well orchestrated promotion campaign.

Check out their YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/pizzapatrontv/videos?sort=dd&view=0&shel f _id=1

i1.ytimg.com

it has 9 recent videos about "Chingona" except they imply it is dirty by spelling it with some punctuation marks. Eg. "¿Que significa ch!#gon? "
 
2014-03-23 08:21:47 PM  
That sounds so farking good. I can't eat pizza unless it's drowned in red pepper flakes
 
2014-03-23 08:22:26 PM  

fusillade762: What a female Mexican badass may look like.


Hey Vasquez, you ever been mistaken for a man?
 
2014-03-23 08:22:37 PM  
It IS a pretty strong word!  You couldn't get away with using its equivalent in English.  Actually, I'd be surprised if you could get away with it in México.  Just because everyone says it doesn't mean they'll accept it written in public.
 
2014-03-23 08:22:40 PM  
i know how to make it worse. make it chicago style.
Cry havoc and let slip the dogs of pizza war
 
2014-03-23 08:22:41 PM  
pinche gringo's need to calm down
 
2014-03-23 08:22:42 PM  

Lorelle: Context is everything...that word can mean "badass," "cool," or "f*cker," depending on how it's used.


Apparently, so is geography. Here in New Mexico I have never heard it used in any other way than the last term. It's a insult.
 
2014-03-23 08:23:28 PM  

duckpoopy: A missing apostrophe is still a wrong apostrophe.


This'
 
2014-03-23 08:23:35 PM  
Jalapenos. The cheap "hot" pepper. Not gonna brag, but it could be worse. Just finished BBQ with serranos, even the wife calls japs have a spiciness just a little higher than a bell pepper. Quite unlike that third world "gut killer" peppers.
 
2014-03-23 08:24:03 PM  

Gyrfalcon: Hm, according to the Urban Dictionary a "chingona" is a "f*cking bad-ass chick". "Comida chingona" is bad-ass food or more correctly f*cking bad-ass food.

However, before anyone gets their panties in a knot, the Barrio Cafe in Phoenix has used it for a slogan since 2002:

Esta comida esta bien chingona.

Or essentially, "This food is really f*cking good." Mexicans don't say anything without putting f*ck into it.


Yeah, I've noticed that. At work, we have a group of folks from south of the border that work in a particular area of the facility, and my work area is right near there. Granted, these are all blue collar, likely uneducated guys but yes... it seems that every other word out of their mouth is "chinga" in some form or other (chingada, chingow, whatever) Other favorites are "verga," which literally means "rod," but you can guess the slang term, "cabron," (goat, meaning cuckold) and the old standby, "puta," meaning "whore."
 
2014-03-23 08:24:27 PM  

OregonVet: Yah, but I'd still try a slice.


It does sound pretty appealing, at least to try once.

/people who worry about the day after must have serious digestive issues
 
2014-03-23 08:25:09 PM  

HairBolus: utsagrad123: Pizza Patron is really good at getting free publicity by trolling people

Yup. Seems like a well orchestrated promotion campaign.

Check out their YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/pizzapatrontv/videos?sort=dd&view=0&shel f _id=1



it has 9 recent videos about "Chingona" except they imply it is dirty by spelling it with some punctuation marks. Eg. "¿Que significa ch!#gon? "


That is a genius plot. Imply that those against you hate Mexicans. Master trolling!!
 
2014-03-23 08:26:53 PM  

JVD: I'd eat it. I'd ask them to put a few habaneros on there to give it a little heat too.


Yeah, jalapeños aren't really that hot, not if you're an aficionado of hot.

Having said that, I once got some big jalapeños from the Mexicans at the flea market & they tried to warn me "¡Son muy picosos!" but I just smiled & said "Gracias señor." I didn't think to try them, just made stuffed jalapeños for our neighbors' party with them.

Nobody could eat them, they were so farkin' hot!

/went to the Fiery Foods Show last month
//ate some of the hottest salsa in the US (locally made)
///I'm saving the jar I bought for a special occasion
 
2014-03-23 08:27:12 PM  

Ex-Texan: Jalapenos. The cheap "hot" pepper. Not gonna brag, but it could be worse. Just finished BBQ with serranos, even the wife calls japs have a spiciness just a little higher than a bell pepper. Quite unlike that third world "gut killer" peppers.


There's a pretty big variation even between peppers of the same type.  Usually jalapenos are a bit hot, but not close to unbearably so.  A local Mexican place has a dish that they serve with a griddled whole jalapeno though, and wherever they're sourcing their peppers from, it's hotter than most habaneros I've tried.
 
2014-03-23 08:27:22 PM  
Sorry, Carlos. Pizza Patron doesn't want pizzas with good taste.
 
2014-03-23 08:29:59 PM  
anillo de fuego
 
2014-03-23 08:30:18 PM  
Bacon and jalepeno is imho the better pairing than jaleps and pepperoni. Gotta be new York style too because when you go deep dish all the dough and cheese seems to lessen the spice and flavor of the pepper.
 
2014-03-23 08:30:35 PM  
¡Dios mío! Es hermoso...

Also,
1.bp.blogspot.com
would like a word.
 
2014-03-23 08:31:17 PM  

Lorelle: Context is everything...that word can mean "badass," "cool," or "f*cker," depending on how it's used.

There's a popular pizza chain in SoCal called Chi-Chi's...the name is Messican slang for "tits." :)


There was a big Tex-Mex chain restaurant called Chi Chi's that was around for a couple decades before it bankrupted.  Pretty popular all over the east/mid-east.  I haven't been to one since at least '92, but I seem to remember them being similar to Tumbleweed.

/gimme a chimi!
 
2014-03-23 08:33:17 PM  

charlesmartel11235: I can't eat pizza unless it's drowned in red pepper flakes


A pizza doesn't need anything spicier on it than mushrooms (maybe anchovies) and nothing's worse than some over the top sauce that's hot for the sake of being hot.


/ of Swedish heritage
 
2014-03-23 08:34:26 PM  
WELL MAYBE IF EVERYONE JUST SPOKE ENGLISH THERE WOULDN'T BE A PROBLEM!
 
2014-03-23 08:40:32 PM  

ReverendJasen: Lorelle: Context is everything...that word can mean "badass," "cool," or "f*cker," depending on how it's used.

There's a popular pizza chain in SoCal called Chi-Chi's...the name is Messican slang for "tits." :)

There was a big Tex-Mex chain restaurant called Chi Chi's that was around for a couple decades before it bankrupted.  Pretty popular all over the east/mid-east.  I haven't been to one since at least '92, but I seem to remember them being similar to Tumbleweed.

/gimme a chimi!


The fried icecream at chi chi's is still the best I've had, the rest of the food was below average (which is probably why they're bankrupt).
 
2014-03-23 08:41:09 PM  
. . . One ad, a man asks for the new pizza at a store but is warned only "chingones" can handle its spiciness. The customer proves his worth by claiming he can clap with one hand, make music with the tails of rattlesnakes and live with his mother-in-law for a month.
 
2014-03-23 08:43:10 PM  
I would have gone with "Sangrador Culo"
 
2014-03-23 08:43:17 PM  
what's their delivery area?
 
2014-03-23 08:45:53 PM  
ts1.mm.bing.net
 
2014-03-23 08:53:34 PM  

ko_kyi: fusillade762: What a female Mexican badass may look like.

Hey Vasquez, you ever been mistaken for a man?


No, have you?
 
2014-03-23 08:54:56 PM  
Want so much!!!  Stupid Georgia doesn't have this franchise...  Hell, I would have been willing to drive over to Gwinnett to get my hands on this beauty....
 
2014-03-23 09:00:17 PM  

JVD: I'd eat it. I'd ask them to put a few habaneros on there to give it a little heat too.


QFT

Jalepenos are weak sauce.

//needs some more aardvark sauce
 
2014-03-23 09:01:09 PM  

robodog: ReverendJasen: Lorelle: Context is everything...that word can mean "badass," "cool," or "f*cker," depending on how it's used.

There's a popular pizza chain in SoCal called Chi-Chi's...the name is Messican slang for "tits." :)

There was a big Tex-Mex chain restaurant called Chi Chi's that was around for a couple decades before it bankrupted.  Pretty popular all over the east/mid-east.  I haven't been to one since at least '92, but I seem to remember them being similar to Tumbleweed.

/gimme a chimi!

The fried icecream at chi chi's is still the best I've had, the rest of the food was below average (which is probably why they're bankrupt).


Nah. It had to have been other reasons. There are plenty of fairly bad Mexican chain restaurants that are still around.
 
2014-03-23 09:02:00 PM  
I know I would pay holy hell for eating that.... would TOTALLY do it anyway.

/shut up and take my money.
 
2014-03-23 09:02:33 PM  

Dear Jerk: Sorry, Carlos. Pizza Patron doesn't want pizzas with good taste.


...or pizzas that taste good
 
2014-03-23 09:05:09 PM  
I couldn't find a local news source that would tell me what the word was!  Thanks canada.
 
2014-03-23 09:05:29 PM  

The Goddamn Batman: WELL MAYBE IF EVERYONE JUST SPOKE ENGLISH THERE WOULDN'T BE A PROBLEM!


Yeah, but then we'd have to have spotted dick on our pizzas, and that would be a problem.
 
2014-03-23 09:06:36 PM  

WTFDYW: demaL-demaL-yeH: twistedmetal: The pepperoni gives me heartburn, but jalapenos on a pizza is awesome.

Ya, I was thinking that it was a shame that it's covered in pig.

You sound like a terrorist. :)


you know who else demonized people who don't eat pork?
 
2014-03-23 09:10:50 PM  
Chichos pizza in Norfolk,Va. is a bit spicy
 
2014-03-23 09:18:50 PM  
Chingona? That's what I said when Jay Leno left the tonight show.
 
2014-03-23 09:24:55 PM  

Danger Avoid Death: The Goddamn Batman: WELL MAYBE IF EVERYONE JUST SPOKE ENGLISH THERE WOULDN'T BE A PROBLEM!

Yeah, but then we'd have to have spotted dick on our pizzas, and that would be a problem.


Raisin/currant suet pudding smothered in custard *hork*? Yeah. That would be a problem.
 
2014-03-23 09:26:00 PM  

chitownmike: WTFDYW: demaL-demaL-yeH: twistedmetal: The pepperoni gives me heartburn, but jalapenos on a pizza is awesome.

Ya, I was thinking that it was a shame that it's covered in pig.

You sound like a terrorist. :)

you know who else demonized people who don't eat pork?


The Inquisition.
 
2014-03-23 09:27:27 PM  

The Goddamn Batman: WELL MAYBE IF EVERYONE JUST SPOKE ENGLISH THERE WOULDN'T BE A PROBLEM!


americanvision.org

scienceblogs.com
 
2014-03-23 09:29:14 PM  
One more in the chorus of "Jalapenos vary significantly in heat" - I grow the "gringo" variety with just a wee kick, but I've had some at some local places that'll knock you down.

/spicy for the sake of spicy is stupid
//bring on the flavor first
 
2014-03-23 09:31:44 PM  

El Dudereno: Nah. It had to have been other reasons. There are plenty of fairly bad Mexican chain restaurants that are still around.


I don't know all of their downfall, but I think the nail in the coffin was giving hepatitis to 600+ people in PA a few years back.
 
2014-03-23 09:37:48 PM  
Too much pepperoni.  That's a salt and grease bath.
 
2014-03-23 09:39:27 PM  
Speak chinglish cabrones.
 
2014-03-23 09:40:39 PM  
I love how people only associate jalapenos with hot. The actual flavor is amaze balls if you take away the seeds/meat (the white stuff on the inside). For example, jalapeno cornbread is unreal. All it is, is just like it sounds. Cornbread with diced jalapenjos mixed into the batter. No heat at all.
 
2014-03-23 09:41:15 PM  

Zeb Hesselgresser: . . . One ad, a man asks for the new pizza at a store but is warned only "chingones" can handle its spiciness. The customer proves his worth by claiming he can clap with one hand, make music with the tails of rattlesnakes and live with his mother-in-law for a month.


I lived for years with both in-laws, a sister in-law (who went through a pregnancy under my roof) and an aunt in-law with her three kids, which includes my wife's two pregnancies of our kids.  I scoff at that pansy.  And guns were available without one shot fired.  I wanted to, but I took it like a man.

/I was threatened with a gun, but that was a sil's boyfriend
//It's okay, they broke up and he discovered he's gay.  Not kidding
///I do want a slice of that pizza
 
2014-03-23 09:43:19 PM  

Gyrfalcon: Hm, according to the Urban Dictionary a "chingona" is a "f*cking bad-ass chick". "Comida chingona" is bad-ass food or more correctly f*cking bad-ass food.

However, before anyone gets their panties in a knot, the Barrio Cafe in Phoenix has used it for a slogan since 2002:

Esta comida esta bien chingona.

Or essentially, "This food is really f*cking good." Mexicans don't say anything without putting f*ck into it.


There's a local taco chain here that has huge signs proclaiming "que pinches tacos!"

I'm suprised they get away with it.
 
2014-03-23 09:43:28 PM  

Lorelle: Context is everything...that word can mean "badass," "cool," or "f*cker," depending on how it's used.

There's a popular pizza chain in SoCal called Chi-Chi's...the name is Messican slang for "tits." :)


Did they borrow that from Japan? Because chichi is the actual, normal word for breast in Japan for at least the last 1,000 years.
 
2014-03-23 09:45:19 PM  
Words vary from dialect to dialect, but in Teq--Mex---"Chinga!" translates to "f," roughly.

"Chinga su madre!" means: "f your mother!" in Tex--Mex, and in the course of jacking with various 419 scammers, I have collected a wide assortment of phony checks, made out to: "CHINGA SUE MADRE."
 
2014-03-23 09:49:30 PM  

olddinosaur: Words vary from dialect to dialect, but in Teq--Mex---"Chinga!" translates to "f," roughly.

"Chinga su madre!" means: "f your mother!" in Tex--Mex, and in the course of jacking with various 419 scammers, I have collected a wide assortment of phony checks, made out to: "CHINGA SUE MADRE."


Chingar is the spanish equivalent to the word fark. It's a very versatile word.

/That being said, pickled jalapeños are not that hot
//On their own, they can cause some havoc
 
2014-03-23 09:52:01 PM  

iron_city_ap: I love how people only associate jalapenos with hot. The actual flavor is amaze balls if you take away the seeds/meat (the white stuff on the inside). For example, jalapeno cornbread is unreal. All it is, is just like it sounds. Cornbread with diced jalapenjos mixed into the batter. No heat at all.


I noticed 'No heat' jalapeños in jars in the grocery store, so that's an option.  I also like fresh jalapeños in my salads, and I very much agree with the jalapeño cornbread as I sometimes make some for chili.
 
2014-03-23 09:56:36 PM  

svanmeter: Speak chinglish cabrones.


I'm still waiting for a local Spanglish radio station to go by the nickname of "La Joderosa".
 
2014-03-23 10:01:22 PM  
Everything about that article is full of fail. WTF people?
/Farking seriously.
 
2014-03-23 10:01:42 PM  

o'really: Gyrfalcon: Hm, according to the Urban Dictionary a "chingona" is a "f*cking bad-ass chick". "Comida chingona" is bad-ass food or more correctly f*cking bad-ass food.

However, before anyone gets their panties in a knot, the Barrio Cafe in Phoenix has used it for a slogan since 2002:

Esta comida esta bien chingona.

Or essentially, "This food is really f*cking good." Mexicans don't say anything without putting f*ck into it.

There's a local taco chain here that has huge signs proclaiming "que pinches tacos!"

I'm suprised they get away with it.


I've never gotten a clear answer on a full translation for "pinche" into California English. The closest I got was "a thing that was simultaneously farking shiatty, yet you can not pull away". Much more nuanced than the standard translation of "damn" or "f*coming".

Its like it sucked, and yet was unavoidable.
 
2014-03-23 10:05:31 PM  

TomD9938: charlesmartel11235: I can't eat pizza unless it's drowned in red pepper flakes

A pizza doesn't need anything spicier on it than mushrooms (maybe anchovies) and nothing's worse than some over the top sauce that's hot for the sake of being hot.


/ of Swedish heritage


Mmmm red pepper flakes should be on all pizza.
 
2014-03-23 10:06:23 PM  
I'm not a big fan of pepperoni but throw 90+ jalapeno slices on a pizza with a like amount of pineapple I'm in.
 
2014-03-23 10:10:14 PM  

lack of warmth: I noticed 'No heat' jalapeños in jars in the grocery store, so that's an option.


Yeah, I'll have some with some "no alcohol" beer ... and then just kill myself.
 
2014-03-23 10:12:56 PM  

lack of warmth: iron_city_ap: I love how people only associate jalapenos with hot. The actual flavor is amaze balls if you take away the seeds/meat (the white stuff on the inside). For example, jalapeno cornbread is unreal. All it is, is just like it sounds. Cornbread with diced jalapenjos mixed into the batter. No heat at all.

I noticed 'No heat' jalapeños in jars in the grocery store, so that's an option.  I also like fresh jalapeños in my salads, and I very much agree with the jalapeño cornbread as I sometimes make some for chili.


Screw the 'no heat' ones. I prefer to split my own and 'gut' them with a grapefruit spoon. I like the body of them to be fresh and crisp as opposed to canned/jarred ones, which tend to be a little mushy. It's 5 minutes of work that I think is well worth it.

Jalapeño cornbread and chili is like peanut butter and chocolate .
 
2014-03-23 10:15:38 PM  

OhioUGrad: OregonVet: Yah, but I'd still try a slice.

It does sound pretty appealing, at least to try once.

/people who worry about the day after must have serious digestive issues



No, they have rhoid rage.
 
2014-03-23 10:20:37 PM  
The new dish called "La Chingona," which can be translated most politely as "badass" but also interpreted as a more offensive profanity

Like shiatkicker or wtf?
Also, I used to teeth as a baby on jalapenos.
 
2014-03-23 10:28:01 PM  

akuma976: pinche gringo's need to calm down


Over here in Los Angeles, there's a restaurant called Pinches Tacos. They've got 4 locations, so I don't think they're too worried about the name causing complaints.

Then there's the New Haven, CT restaurant named C.O. Jones. It got its share of controversy back when it opened.
 
2014-03-23 10:29:27 PM  
Danger Avoid Death:

iron_city_ap:


No one is forcing you to buy the no heat jalapeños, so relax already.

trappedspirit:
Also, I used to teeth as a baby on jalapenos.


My wife thought I was crazy for sharing jalapeños with my kids since they were small, but they love them just fine.  I have to eat pepper jack fast in my house before the kids steal it all.
 
2014-03-23 10:32:03 PM  

cyberspacedout: akuma976: pinche gringo's need to calm down

Over here in Los Angeles, there's a restaurant called Pinches Tacos. They've got 4 locations, so I don't think they're too worried about the name causing complaints.

Then there's the New Haven, CT restaurant named C.O. Jones. It got its share of controversy back when it opened.


C. O. Jones? Who's offered by that? Why?
 
2014-03-23 10:36:59 PM  

chitownmike: cyberspacedout: akuma976: pinche gringo's need to calm down

Over here in Los Angeles, there's a restaurant called Pinches Tacos. They've got 4 locations, so I don't think they're too worried about the name causing complaints.

Then there's the New Haven, CT restaurant named C.O. Jones. It got its share of controversy back when it opened.

C. O. Jones? Who's offered by that? Why?


Some people are just too easily offernded.
 
2014-03-23 10:39:41 PM  

TomD9938: charlesmartel11235: I can't eat pizza unless it's drowned in red pepper flakes

A pizza doesn't need anything spicier on it than mushrooms (maybe anchovies) and nothing's worse than some over the top sauce that's hot for the sake of being hot.


/ of Swedish heritage


Funny enough, despite me being Mexican, I have a dislike for 'HOT FARKING SAUCE' because there's really no reason to have a spicy sauce if it doesn't taste good. A good hot sauce has to bring both flavor and heat to the plate, not just the heat.

/Besides, most of those hot sauces have a shiat-ton of vinegar
//For speed
 
2014-03-23 10:45:58 PM  

CygnusDarius: TomD9938: charlesmartel11235: I can't eat pizza unless it's drowned in red pepper flakes

A pizza doesn't need anything spicier on it than mushrooms (maybe anchovies) and nothing's worse than some over the top sauce that's hot for the sake of being hot.


/ of Swedish heritage

Funny enough, despite me being Mexican, I have a dislike for 'HOT FARKING SAUCE' because there's really no reason to have a spicy sauce if it doesn't taste good. A good hot sauce has to bring both flavor and heat to the plate, not just the heat.

/Besides, most of those hot sauces have a shiat-ton of vinegar
//For speed


I agree. My current favorite option, which supplies ample heat and a great flavor, is this:

farm1.staticflickr.com

I mash them into a paste and apply it to all kinds of things. Never tried it on pizza, though.
 
2014-03-23 10:51:23 PM  
Pffft ...

I use jalapenos to wipe my butt after deuces.
 
2014-03-23 10:52:56 PM  

iron_city_ap: lack of warmth: iron_city_ap: I love how people only associate jalapenos with hot. The actual flavor is amaze balls if you take away the seeds/meat (the white stuff on the inside). For example, jalapeno cornbread is unreal. All it is, is just like it sounds. Cornbread with diced jalapenjos mixed into the batter. No heat at all.

I noticed 'No heat' jalapeños in jars in the grocery store, so that's an option.  I also like fresh jalapeños in my salads, and I very much agree with the jalapeño cornbread as I sometimes make some for chili.

Screw the 'no heat' ones. I prefer to split my own and 'gut' them with a grapefruit spoon. I like the body of them to be fresh and crisp as opposed to canned/jarred ones, which tend to be a little mushy. It's 5 minutes of work that I think is well worth it.

Jalapeño cornbread and chili is like peanut butter and chocolate .

Because peanut butter and chocolate make you make weird faces on the toilet the next day.

i.imgur.com
 
2014-03-23 10:57:24 PM  
I have a bit of an iron gut. Chili and jalapeño has an effect on me, but it's not that bad.
 
2014-03-23 11:03:35 PM  

CygnusDarius: /Besides, most of those hot sauces have a shiat-ton of vinegar


or extract.  Do what I do, peppers for everything. Actual peppers, but you don't just have heat for the sake of heat.
Peppers pair with food as much as a condiment or wine, or a specific beer.
There are a multitude of foods that do well with jalapeno, or serrano, or even poblano and a multitude that would simply fail with those choices.  Some things just scream for the fruitiness of habanero, savina, bhuts, and the like.
I don't quite get the article. Are the people saying that is a naughty word you dirty bird and you should feel bad? If so, then fark off.
 
2014-03-23 11:03:49 PM  

chitownmike: C. O. Jones? Who's offered by that? Why?


cojones = balls

But it's not that bad a word.  You might not say it in front of your parents, but it wouldn't get beeped out on prime time TV, either.
 
2014-03-23 11:07:31 PM  
You could use cheese to moderate the burn of the peppers and who doesn't like cheese except asians?
 
2014-03-23 11:07:50 PM  

70Ford: iron_city_ap: lack of warmth: iron_city_ap: I love how people only associate jalapenos with hot. The actual flavor is amaze balls if you take away the seeds/meat (the white stuff on the inside). For example, jalapeno cornbread is unreal. All it is, is just like it sounds. Cornbread with diced jalapenjos mixed into the batter. No heat at all.

I noticed 'No heat' jalapeños in jars in the grocery store, so that's an option.  I also like fresh jalapeños in my salads, and I very much agree with the jalapeño cornbread as I sometimes make some for chili.

Screw the 'no heat' ones. I prefer to split my own and 'gut' them with a grapefruit spoon. I like the body of them to be fresh and crisp as opposed to canned/jarred ones, which tend to be a little mushy. It's 5 minutes of work that I think is well worth it.

Jalapeño cornbread and chili is like peanut butter and chocolate .
Because peanut butter and chocolate make you make weird faces on the toilet the next day.


Hot food only hurts you if you're not used to it. No burn here.
 
2014-03-23 11:09:15 PM  

C18H27NO3: CygnusDarius: /Besides, most of those hot sauces have a shiat-ton of vinegar

or extract.  Do what I do, peppers for everything. Actual peppers, but you don't just have heat for the sake of heat.
Peppers pair with food as much as a condiment or wine, or a specific beer.
There are a multitude of foods that do well with jalapeno, or serrano, or even poblano and a multitude that would simply fail with those choices.  Some things just scream for the fruitiness of habanero, savina, bhuts, and the like.
I don't quite get the article. Are the people saying that is a naughty word you dirty bird and you should feel bad? If so, then fark off.


I think it's just fake outrage to promote a product.  That's what I'm going with anyway.

/and I don't allow cussing in my house, but this does seem stupid
 
2014-03-23 11:13:29 PM  
Would order with canadian bacon.
And pineapple.
Side of ranch
 
2014-03-23 11:13:49 PM  
It probably would taste good, but once it gets past your stomach, its like hot lava running through your guts.  Only to erupt into fire for the last part.   No I will not have one of those.
 
2014-03-23 11:16:25 PM  

Dear Jerk: You could use cheese to moderate the burn of the peppers and who doesn't like cheese except asians?


Eh?  It's fermented,  therefore Asians like it.
 
2014-03-23 11:17:36 PM  

CygnusDarius: /Besides, most of those hot sauces have a shiat-ton of vinegar
//For speed


Perhaps a bit off-topic, but Anal Fire Ants would be a great name for a punk salsa band
 
2014-03-23 11:21:23 PM  

shtychkn: 70Ford: iron_city_ap: lack of warmth: iron_city_ap: I love how people only associate jalapenos with hot. The actual flavor is amaze balls if you take away the seeds/meat (the white stuff on the inside). For example, jalapeno cornbread is unreal. All it is, is just like it sounds. Cornbread with diced jalapenjos mixed into the batter. No heat at all.

I noticed 'No heat' jalapeños in jars in the grocery store, so that's an option.  I also like fresh jalapeños in my salads, and I very much agree with the jalapeño cornbread as I sometimes make some for chili.

Screw the 'no heat' ones. I prefer to split my own and 'gut' them with a grapefruit spoon. I like the body of them to be fresh and crisp as opposed to canned/jarred ones, which tend to be a little mushy. It's 5 minutes of work that I think is well worth it.

Jalapeño cornbread and chili is like peanut butter and chocolate .
Because peanut butter and chocolate make you make weird faces on the toilet the next day.

Hot food only hurts you if you're not used to it. No burn here.


Good for you. Come back at me in 20 years from now. Say the same thing. We will discuss..
 
2014-03-23 11:35:56 PM  
So can anybody help with the proper conjugations of "Chingona"  I assume that as it ends in a, it's feminine.  Would "El Chingono" mean the badass in a masculine sense?
 
2014-03-23 11:36:43 PM  
This just in: "people" are over-sensitive twats.
 
2014-03-23 11:46:12 PM  

Danger Avoid Death: I mash them into a paste and apply it to all kinds of things. Never tried it on pizza, though.


Then your whole universe is upside wrong.
 
2014-03-23 11:51:03 PM  
3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2014-03-23 11:54:24 PM  

iron_city_ap: I love how people only associate jalapenos with hot. The actual flavor is amaze balls if you take away the seeds/meat (the white stuff on the inside). For example, jalapeno cornbread is unreal. All it is, is just like it sounds. Cornbread with diced jalapenjos mixed into the batter. No heat at all.


For that matter, jalapenos are only medium-hot.
 
2014-03-23 11:56:02 PM  
English equivalent for Macho + feminine =  "Twatcho"
 
2014-03-24 12:08:10 AM  

Robert1966: iron_city_ap: I love how people only associate jalapenos with hot. The actual flavor is amaze balls if you take away the seeds/meat (the white stuff on the inside). For example, jalapeno cornbread is unreal. All it is, is just like it sounds. Cornbread with diced jalapenjos mixed into the batter. No heat at all.

For that matter, jalapenos are only medium-hot.


If even that. I'm just saying that when you take away the heat , they have an amazing flavor.

I've had some (with full heat) that are mild at best, and others (usually home grown) that are Satan's anus caliber hot.
 
2014-03-24 12:10:20 AM  
there is a store about 10 min away ... gotta try me some jalapeno pepperoni pizza!
 
2014-03-24 12:14:36 AM  
www.travelgolf.com
My name does not mean "tits", that is an urban myth!
 
2014-03-24 12:15:28 AM  

theflatline: IF you like that one, they have another one with Habaneros called

"El Ano Explosivo"


Feliz ano nuevo!
 
2014-03-24 12:21:05 AM  

Danger Avoid Death: CygnusDarius: TomD9938: charlesmartel11235: I can't eat pizza unless it's drowned in red pepper flakes

A pizza doesn't need anything spicier on it than mushrooms (maybe anchovies) and nothing's worse than some over the top sauce that's hot for the sake of being hot.


/ of Swedish heritage

Funny enough, despite me being Mexican, I have a dislike for 'HOT FARKING SAUCE' because there's really no reason to have a spicy sauce if it doesn't taste good. A good hot sauce has to bring both flavor and heat to the plate, not just the heat.

/Besides, most of those hot sauces have a shiat-ton of vinegar
//For speed

I agree. My current favorite option, which supplies ample heat and a great flavor, is this:

[farm1.staticflickr.com image 500x375]

I mash them into a paste and apply it to all kinds of things. Never tried it on pizza, though.


We blend those up with mayo for a kickass chipotle mayo.  Goes well on everything!
 
2014-03-24 12:21:42 AM  

parkthebus: So can anybody help with the proper conjugations of "Chingona"  I assume that as it ends in a, it's feminine.  Would "El Chingono" mean the badass in a masculine sense?


Only verbs get conjugated and we're talking about the noun forms here, but you're looking for "el chingón".
 
2014-03-24 12:23:40 AM  
FTA: The "Chingona" pizza, which goes on sale on March 31, has 90 slices of jalapeño-infused pepperoni topped with diced jalapeño peppers.

Years ago when I worked at a company that manufactured modular enclosure systems for electronic equipment, I knew a guy who worked in the engineering department who had a father that gave him peppers from his garden in Mexico.  He told me that these peppers were so hot, even he had difficulties eating foods laced with the peppers without causing himself gastric injury, and he was accustomed to eating all kinds of spicy foods.

I said to him, "Let me have a couple of those peppers.  My wife loves hot peppers."  So he gave me a couple and I took them home to Mrs. Xerox.

"Try these peppers, dear," I said to her.  "They'll burn your tongue off."

Mrs. Xerox bit the pepper, chewed it for a bit, and said, "Yeah.  It's got a little kick.  Does your friend have any peppers that are hotter than this?"

My wife would eat a slice of that pizza and it would be like a York peppermint patty to her.
 
2014-03-24 12:26:07 AM  

Robert1966: iron_city_ap: I love how people only associate jalapenos with hot. The actual flavor is amaze balls if you take away the seeds/meat (the white stuff on the inside). For example, jalapeno cornbread is unreal. All it is, is just like it sounds. Cornbread with diced jalapenjos mixed into the batter. No heat at all.

For that matter, jalapenos are only medium-hot.


"Hot" is a matter of perspective and therefore a meaningless descriptor.
 
2014-03-24 12:31:08 AM  

ArcadianRefugee: Robert1966: iron_city_ap: I love how people only associate jalapenos with hot. The actual flavor is amaze balls if you take away the seeds/meat (the white stuff on the inside). For example, jalapeno cornbread is unreal. All it is, is just like it sounds. Cornbread with diced jalapenjos mixed into the batter. No heat at all.

For that matter, jalapenos are only medium-hot.

"Hot" is a matter of perspective and therefore a meaningless descriptor.


I bet you tell everyone your peppers have a nice personality.
 
2014-03-24 12:33:50 AM  
"I'd be more worried what it does to diners' colons"

I beleive the name is self explanatory: it may require a badass to eat it, but after it has digested you have a case of bad ... ass
 
2014-03-24 12:39:38 AM  

iron_city_ap: lack of warmth: iron_city_ap: I love how people only associate jalapenos with hot. The actual flavor is amaze balls if you take away the seeds/meat (the white stuff on the inside). For example, jalapeno cornbread is unreal. All it is, is just like it sounds. Cornbread with diced jalapenjos mixed into the batter. No heat at all.

I noticed 'No heat' jalapeños in jars in the grocery store, so that's an option.  I also like fresh jalapeños in my salads, and I very much agree with the jalapeño cornbread as I sometimes make some for chili.

Screw the 'no heat' ones. I prefer to split my own and 'gut' them with a grapefruit spoon. I like the body of them to be fresh and crisp as opposed to canned/jarred ones, which tend to be a little mushy. It's 5 minutes of work that I think is well worth it.

Jalapeño cornbread and chili is like peanut butter and chocolate .


A guy I know makes a killer cornbread salad. I think now it needs to be a jalapeno cornbread salad.
 
2014-03-24 12:39:39 AM  
My mouth says yes yes but my butthole says no no.

/you just read this in Robert Englunds Freddy Kreuger voice.
 
2014-03-24 01:01:39 AM  

yoyopro: My name does not mean "tits", that is an urban myth!


Well, he is also Puerto Rican. They got a whole other set of slags and colloquialisms and dirty words over there.
 
2014-03-24 01:03:12 AM  

Needlessly Complicated: yoyopro: My name does not mean "tits", that is an urban myth!

Well, he is also Puerto Rican. They got a whole other set of slags and colloquialisms and dirty words over there.


Ha ha... slangs. Is there even a real plural for "slang"? I don't know. It's really late.
 
2014-03-24 01:06:22 AM  
Oh, yeah, and I live near a Pizza Patron and hell yeah, I'm trying that pizza. Suck it, pansy-ass biatches!

Ok, I'm done.
 
2014-03-24 01:10:29 AM  

Needlessly Complicated: Needlessly Complicated: yoyopro: My name does not mean "tits", that is an urban myth!

Well, he is also Puerto Rican. They got a whole other set of slags and colloquialisms and dirty words over there.

Ha ha... slangs. Is there even a real plural for "slang"? I don't know. It's really late.


When you mentioned Puerto Rican "slags" I thought you were talking about Rosie Perez.
 
2014-03-24 01:13:00 AM  

Danger Avoid Death: chitownmike: cyberspacedout: akuma976: pinche gringo's need to calm down

Over here in Los Angeles, there's a restaurant called Pinches Tacos. They've got 4 locations, so I don't think they're too worried about the name causing complaints.

Then there's the New Haven, CT restaurant named C.O. Jones. It got its share of controversy back when it opened.

C. O. Jones? Who's offered by that? Why?

Some people are just too easily offernded.


Cojones: Balls
 
2014-03-24 01:38:06 AM  
3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2014-03-24 01:41:54 AM  

cretinbob: [3.bp.blogspot.com image 320x240]


I wonder if bearded clamorer has seen that.
 
2014-03-24 01:55:28 AM  

fusillade762: What a female Mexican badass may look like.


Yeah, she's Jewish.
 
2014-03-24 02:01:40 AM  

Danger Avoid Death: I mash them into a paste and apply it to all kinds of things. Never tried it on pizza, though.


They make a great omelette filling if you're looking for a spicy breakfast.  Mash them (like you said) and mix it with diced onions, green peppers and ham and it's a slightly more southern Western omelette.  The only downside is that you have to use a separate pan to soften them up - they stick like a motherfarker even on non-stick pans, and the salt weakens the eggs before they're cooked.
 
2014-03-24 02:04:03 AM  

biatchqueen: Cojones: Balls


Exactly the point.  If most people need a translator to understand it, and even then, it would take some real sensitive asshole to care, why is it a big deal?
 
2014-03-24 02:08:06 AM  

ReverendJasen: biatchqueen: Cojones: Balls

Exactly the point.  If most people need a translator to understand it, and even then, it would take some real sensitive asshole to care, why is it a big deal?


Sometimes the cojones and the sensitive asshole are neighbors.
 
2014-03-24 02:08:12 AM  

Danger Avoid Death: ArcadianRefugee: Robert1966: iron_city_ap: I love how people only associate jalapenos with hot. The actual flavor is amaze balls if you take away the seeds/meat (the white stuff on the inside). For example, jalapeno cornbread is unreal. All it is, is just like it sounds. Cornbread with diced jalapenjos mixed into the batter. No heat at all.

For that matter, jalapenos are only medium-hot.

"Hot" is a matter of perspective and therefore a meaningless descriptor.

I bet you tell everyone your peppers have a nice personality.


It took me a moment to figure out what the hell that meant; I'll give you that.

Beyond that, that is the dumbest thing I have read today, so you've (ironically) got a +2 for that post.
 
2014-03-24 02:15:11 AM  

ArcadianRefugee: Danger Avoid Death: ArcadianRefugee: Robert1966: iron_city_ap: I love how people only associate jalapenos with hot. The actual flavor is amaze balls if you take away the seeds/meat (the white stuff on the inside). For example, jalapeno cornbread is unreal. All it is, is just like it sounds. Cornbread with diced jalapenjos mixed into the batter. No heat at all.

For that matter, jalapenos are only medium-hot.

"Hot" is a matter of perspective and therefore a meaningless descriptor.

I bet you tell everyone your peppers have a nice personality.

It took me a moment to figure out what the hell that meant; I'll give you that.

Beyond that, that is the dumbest thing I have read today, so you've (ironically) got a +2 for that post.

That's

the dumbest thing you've read all day? I can do much better, believe me.  ;>p
 
2014-03-24 02:23:00 AM  

PercyColburn: fusillade762: What a female Mexican badass may look like.

Yeah, she's Jewish.


Jeez people. Next thing you know you'll be trying to tell me she doesn't really know how to operate an M56 smartgun.
 
2014-03-24 02:46:42 AM  

carlisimo: parkthebus: So can anybody help with the proper conjugations of "Chingona"  I assume that as it ends in a, it's feminine.  Would "El Chingono" mean the badass in a masculine sense?

Only verbs get conjugated and we're talking about the noun forms here, but you're looking for "el chingón".


In this case it's chingona because la comida (food) is feminine and "la comida chingona" is "the f*ckin bad-ass food" if you must be grammatically correct about your f*ckin bad-ass pizza.
 
2014-03-24 03:00:35 AM  
I was gonna be outraged about this outrage, but apparently it's more than just slang, it has a double meaning and is also an obscenity.  I'm OK with broadcasters being wary about putting obscenities on the air.
 
2014-03-24 03:04:27 AM  

God-is-a-Taco: Huh, so Mexicans have their own pizzas-for-Mexicans business in the US.I could understand maybe an Asian chain without lactose in the ingredients, but a Mexican pizza service seems unusual.


I expect it offers pizza tailored to a Mexican palate. I was in a Japanese pizza restaurant in San Francisco that serves pizza to Japanese tastes and it was quite peculiar. I honestly don't recall if they had cheese or not as I couldn't get past toppings such as tuna and squid ink to be bothered.
 
2014-03-24 03:04:29 AM  

Emposter: I was gonna be outraged about this outrage, but apparently it's more than just slang, it has a double meaning and is also an obscenity.  I'm OK with broadcasters being wary about putting obscenities on the air.


Don't watch Justified or Sons of Anarchy then.

/just sayin'
//two of my favorites.
 
2014-03-24 03:08:28 AM  

Duane Dibbley: God-is-a-Taco: Huh, so Mexicans have their own pizzas-for-Mexicans business in the US.I could understand maybe an Asian chain without lactose in the ingredients, but a Mexican pizza service seems unusual.

I expect it offers pizza tailored to a Mexican palate. I was in a Japanese pizza restaurant in San Francisco that serves pizza to Japanese tastes and it was quite peculiar. I honestly don't recall if they had cheese or not as I couldn't get past toppings such as tuna and squid ink to be bothered.


Tuna and squid ink on a pizza?!?! Okay, we should bomb them again, just for that.
 
2014-03-24 03:47:59 AM  
Well shucks, I was PRETTY farkING SURE this article was going to be about whitebread pissed that someone named their American Pizza something spanish sounding.

Or, you know, the usual kind of hurp we hear coming out of Texass.
 
2014-03-24 03:49:44 AM  

Danger Avoid Death: Emposter: I was gonna be outraged about this outrage, but apparently it's more than just slang, it has a double meaning and is also an obscenity.  I'm OK with broadcasters being wary about putting obscenities on the air.

Don't watch Justified or Sons of Anarchy then.

/just sayin'
//two of my favorites.


Aren't both of those on cable?  Cable doesn't generally have to worry about violating obscenity regulations.
 
2014-03-24 03:58:25 AM  
Where is that old "when the oil hits the anus" fark meme about spicy food when you need it?
 
2014-03-24 04:26:00 AM  

Danger Avoid Death: Duane Dibbley: God-is-a-Taco: Huh, so Mexicans have their own pizzas-for-Mexicans business in the US.I could understand maybe an Asian chain without lactose in the ingredients, but a Mexican pizza service seems unusual.

I expect it offers pizza tailored to a Mexican palate. I was in a Japanese pizza restaurant in San Francisco that serves pizza to Japanese tastes and it was quite peculiar. I honestly don't recall if they had cheese or not as I couldn't get past toppings such as tuna and squid ink to be bothered.

Tuna and squid ink on a pizza?!?! Okay, we should bomb them again, just for that.


Germans do tuna and squid for pizza toppings, too. Domino's even does this in Deutschland.
 
2014-03-24 04:29:21 AM  

fusillade762: PercyColburn: fusillade762: What a female Mexican badass may look like.

Yeah, she's Jewish.

Jeez people. Next thing you know you'll be trying to tell me she doesn't really know how to operate an M56 smartgun.


Probably not, since they don't exist. :3
 
2014-03-24 08:39:02 AM  
So it has a bunch of jalapenos, and they name it "badass"?

Yeah, I get the offensiveness of it.
 
2014-03-24 10:36:23 AM  

70Ford: Good for you. Come back at me in 20 years from now. Say the same thing. We will discuss..


Been eating them for 27 years. No problems yet!

/cast iron stomach
//no ring of fire next morning
 
2014-03-24 11:48:30 AM  

Emposter: I was gonna be outraged about this outrage, but apparently it's more than just slang, it has a double meaning and is also an obscenity.  I'm OK with broadcasters being wary about putting obscenities on the air.


Yet it's ok to call people "whale dicks" all day long on TV.

/Dorks
 
2014-03-24 04:12:34 PM  

demaL-demaL-yeH: Danger Avoid Death: Duane Dibbley: God-is-a-Taco: Huh, so Mexicans have their own pizzas-for-Mexicans business in the US.I could understand maybe an Asian chain without lactose in the ingredients, but a Mexican pizza service seems unusual.

I expect it offers pizza tailored to a Mexican palate. I was in a Japanese pizza restaurant in San Francisco that serves pizza to Japanese tastes and it was quite peculiar. I honestly don't recall if they had cheese or not as I couldn't get past toppings such as tuna and squid ink to be bothered.

Tuna and squid ink on a pizza?!?! Okay, we should bomb them again, just for that.

Germans do tuna and squid for pizza toppings, too. Domino's even does this in Deutschland.


Sounds to me like bombing was the cause rather than the solution.
 
2014-03-24 04:39:24 PM  

fusillade762: [jeffreyklyles.files.wordpress.com image 600x323]

What a female Mexican badass may look like.


Jenette Elise Goldstein (pictured) is considerably less Mexican than you might guess from her name, being from a wealthy Jewish family in Beverly Hills.  She thought the movie Aliens was about immigrants, so she showed up for the audition dressed as she thought an illegal alien would.  The mix-up became a line of dialog in the movie.
 
2014-03-24 10:20:20 PM  

Ex-Texan: Jalapenos. The cheap "hot" pepper. Not gonna brag, but it could be worse. Just finished BBQ with serranos, even the wife calls japs have a spiciness just a little higher than a bell pepper. Quite unlike that third world "gut killer" peppers.


There's something weird about my guts.

Jalapenos are pretty mild.  But they will do more of a number on my innards than any other kind of pepper.
 
2014-03-25 12:05:02 AM  

Emposter: I was gonna be outraged about this outrage, but apparently it's more than just slang, it has a double meaning and is also an obscenity.  I'm OK with broadcasters being wary about putting obscenities on the air.


Sometimes news reporters will read whatever's on the teleprompter, like in the first Anchorman movie. They could just blame an intern, and fire the producers. It's been done IRL before:

img.youtube.com
 
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