There may be an eerie silence in the nation's most populous county this week; it will simply be the sound of 10 million people not cussing, according to the Los Angeles Times.
At least that's the result McKay Hatch is hoping for once his campaign to clear the air is recognized by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.
Hatch, getting off on the wrong foot after stumbling coming in the door and letting loose a sailer's delight, will meet with the board Tuesday, so that one doesn't count.
He's hoping for declaring the first week in March (or April) as "Cuss-Free Week".
That would mean no blue language from the Pacific Ocean, where on a winter's day it can get colder than a witches Beep! to the Mojave desert, where it gets hot as Beep Beep in the summetime.
Hatch also suggests that those people with Tourettes Disease be put in a sound-proof room.