Sure, sometimes some radio stations will censor swear words and such, which is understandable, but I was shocked to learn that "Kalashnikov" was also apparently a no-no. Really? You're really expecting the average Joe to know who Mikhail Kalashnikov is to begin with? But wait, it gets worse. The really fun part is what they replace it with - "Kalishnikov". Yep, they think mentioning the inventor of the AK-47 in a song is worth censoring, but then they only change a vowel and call it a day. Censorship is really messed up sometimes, isn't it?