Updated: 09/25/2009 - We know we live in an age where everything may be on camera, but it seems like some people either forget or don't care. Take Chiefs Coach Todd Haley. Now, I know competition can get emotional and I know coaches have long been cussing out players, but I still have mixed emotions about the colorful sideline tirades I saw during Sunday's game. You didn't need audio to clearly make out the words Haley was using. Even my nephew, who's a high school freshman, commented on it. And that is what brings me to my mixed feelings. I am not so naive as to think kids don't know what these words are, but do we want the family to settle in for a Sunday afternoon, only to shield the kids' eyes and ears every time they show the sideline? The FCC has debated fining broadcasters for an expletive that's slipped out during an awards show. Does not being able to hear it make it okay?