Christchurch Woman (Clean Edit)
"Christchurch Woman" says "...putting up with her shit."
Contextually, this is legal verbage under FCC guidelines, as a non-excretory use, but wanted to make you aware nonetheless. There will probably be an edit made available soon.
Wiki Citation: The word shit was heard on rare occasions in the 1990s, for the first time in an episode of Chicago Hope spoken by Mandy Patinkin, and later in the season eight episode of ER in which Dr. Mark Greene dies. The word "shit" was also spoken in several episodes of "NYPD Blue."
The FCC has often looked at the context of the use of a word when judging whether it is objectionable. This has at times led to controversy, such as when a bureau of the FCC deemed the utterance of the word fucking (as an intensifier) in January 2003 at the live Golden Globe Awards broadcast by Bono, the front man of the band U2, not indecent under its criteria since they said that under the context of its use it was not intended to describe or depict sexual and excretory activities and organs. The full FCC, however, later reversed the decision in early 2004, though a fine against Bono has not been levied.
On 2010 July 13, A federal appeals court ruled that the FCC policy violated the First Amendment because it was vague and could inhibit free speech. Specifically, it found that regulations barring "fleeting expletives" are unconstitutional.