...or just another day in the life of an Internet radiocast in Mississippi.
The site Deadspin wrote about this. I'd provide a link but doing so might violate several FCC laws.
If you want to hear some of the most jaw-dropping, foul, offensive juvenile language you've ever heard, listen to the audio. It's not high quality but you can make out the words. I was particularly interested in the one guy who said he once humped his bed as a kid.
Who would ever admit that publicly?
The backstory: a radio station in Mississippi, WXRR-104.5, was live streaming the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles spring game on the Internet. A couple of low rent turd blossoms who were part of the broadcast crew (though it's not officially sure who was saying what) were talking and didn't know their conversation was being broadcast.
They casually toss around the N-word, talk about sex with plus-sized women, burp constantly, talk some more about sex with large women, burp some more, talk about sex with the Southern Miss cheerleaders, and discuss the length and size of their bowel movements. The phrase "huge breasts" is mentioned once or twice except another word for breasts is used instead.
The casualness in which the N-word is tossed around -- all kidding aside -- is striking to hear in the 21st century.
The audio is over 30 minutes long. The station has apologized and claimed to have reprimanded the people involved.
It's unreal to hear the conversation but also quite instructive. My guess: there are probably a great many conversations like these off the air inside a great many radio broadcast booths throughout the country (and especially in parts of the South and especially in Mississippi).
The only difference is these guys got busted.