Too tired to post intelligently today. (Don't get off work until 8pm on Mon/Wed most of the time.) I will continue my discussions of naughty language in entertainment tomorrow.
I will talk about some examples of effective high-volume use of expletives tomorrow, one of which is The Big Lebowski. I was looking for a clip of my favorite scene from that movie (a great illustration of differing mores - when "The Stranger" meets "The Dude") but that particular scene is just not on the internet that I can find. (I'll also talk about some places where going for the R-rating failed, imho.)
In the course of my search I discovered a few things. First, that in The Big Lebowski, they use the f-word 260 times. Second, that you can find information about ANYTHING on Wikipedia. Including a list of the films that use the f-word most frequently - in spreadsheet form, including total number of uses and the number of uses per minute. (Pulp Fiction comes in at 265, but since it's a longer film, it has lower "density of use.")
God I love the internet.