Canadian radio stations have been warned to censor the 1985 Dire Straits hit "Money For Nothing" after a listener of Newfoundland's OZ FM filed a complaint that the Grammy Award winning song from the album "Brothers In Arms" is derogatory to gay men.  In the song, Dire Straits frontman Mark Knopfler and fellow rock star Sting make reference to a young man as a "faggot", and the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council, the local equivalent to the FCC, says that this violates Canada's human rights standards.  While the Council says it realizes that this was done in a sarcastic vein, it's inappropriate by today's standards.  OZ FM unsuccessfully argued that the song has been played countless times since its release over 25 years ago.  Personally, I think this is a silly decision in a country that has allowed nudity and off-color language on free TV in prime time for decades.  Wonder what would happen here if the FCC made such a decision.