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Leo Laporte shows his bare cock to the TWiT editors; his pixelated dick to viewers

Even as the vast TWiT viewership was spared the unspeakable horror of witnessing Leo Laporte’s naked cock bobbing in the serene but toxic waters of his Japanese soaking tub, the poor editors at the TWiT Shithouse had to pixelate out his bare member before posted to the public. Which means, of course, that they had to see him naked. And that should constitute sexual harassment in anyone’s book—even by prolific TotalDrama commenter Molly’s standards.

Even the crass Father Robert “Dronefucker” Ballecer cringed after the short segment on “Before You Buy.” How could this video by Leo even be remotely viewed as family-friendly? Leo’s clear intention was to titillate the viewer with the censored version. He literally “got off” on imaging his viewers being forced to think what was under the pixelation. So how is this man even allowed to claim his network is “safe for children?”

Celebrated TotalDrama writer RichardYa says, “This behavior is outrageous and should not be permitted on the network, this is how the #guzzler sees the audience in one video, this is not funny and there is no place for this on TWiT.”

TotalDrama calls upon TWiT’s viewers to boycott the network until Leo publicly apologizes to the parents and children for what he has done.

TotalDrama is also looking into the legal ramifications of Leo using his property to videotape commercial segments for his network, which might violate Petaluma housing codes neighborhood homeowner association rules.

And just in case the official TWiT video is re-edited and uploaded again, here are the screensnap of Leo’s pixelated cock:

NOT family-friendly in the least.

Leo Laporte, hero of the “family-friendly”

In a pre-cursor to next week’s posting of one of the most important blog posts in the history of this blog, the editorial board of #TotalDrama would like to humbly present to you an early edit of Leo Laporte’s potty mouth from his recent New Year’s Eve broadcast (in 20 seconds or less.)

And please, if you have children, please shield their eyes and ears before you click “play.”