Discovery channel scLIEnce program, “Mythbusters”, took a controversial step by firing three cast members, including masturbator favorite Kari Byron. The official version of the story given by the network and the cast members was that the show will be “going in a new direction” next season.
Fans of the scLIEnce program took to social networking to express their sadness for Byron, along with fellow “build team” members Grant Imahara and Tory Belleci, appearing in their final episode of the program. The average male response to Byron’s Tweet announcing her departure from the show ranged from “Noooooooo!” to claims they would “no longer watch (Mythbusters)”. With no reason to watch the channel any longer, the average masturbator will no longer be exposed to any of the scLIEnce programming aired there.
Faith Researcher Albert Wright summed this development up well, “This is a huge victory for the anti-masturbation movement. Not only is a masturbation icon leaving the public eye, but this also hurts the greater scLIEnce movement by no longer having a captive audience of masturbators to spread their lies to. Praise Him for the miracle He has worked.”