The Athletic Reporter
September 12, 2005 Sports News the Way You Want It. Completely Made Up. Issue 127
 
Young Sports Fan Without Cable Celebrates Weekend of Boobs and Swearing
Originally posted 2/2/2004

12-year-old boob and swearing fan Braden Finnestad
ANAHEIM, CA - 12-year-old sports fan Braden Finnestad, whose family doesn't have cable, celebrated his first-ever exposure to televised boobs and swearing this Sunday. Finnestad saw Los Angeles Lakers center Shaquille O'Neal complain in a postgame interview that the referees had tried to "take over the f-cking game," then, during the Super Bowl halftime show, caught a glimpse of Janet Jackson's breast after it was exposed by singer Justin Timberlake.

"It was great," Finnestad said. "Mom and Dad won't get cable, because they say there's too much bad stuff on, so I never get to see anything cool. I'm mostly just allowed to watch sports. Hopefully I'll get to see more boobs and swearing next week."

CBS apologized for airing Jackson's breast, which was exposed at the end of her performance when Timberlake, with whom she had been singing, tore part of her top off. Likewise KCAL, which aired O'Neal's interview, apologized for Shaq's use of the "f" word and for his response of "I don't give a shit" when told he was on live TV.

"I can't wait to talk to all of my friends about this at school tomorrow," Finnestad said Sunday night. "Boobs and swearing are awesome."

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