I have not commented lately because I have very important things to write about, like Crop Circles, Breast Augmentation, and mythological monsters in politics. However, I think that the FCC v. Pacifica Foundation, 438 U.S. 726 (1978) was a much more important and relevant court case… After all, we all know the "Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television". And to think that it was argued so skillfully by the zombie corpse of Oscar Zeta Acosta from beyond the grave (“THE MAN” said he died in 74’). “THE MAN” doesn’t want you to know them words! Folks might start thinkin’ and pondering on how “THE MAN” tells them what to say and that could lead to takin’ down the ESTABLISHMENT… I’m not saying that it’s not important that a woman has the right to use a coat hanger as birth control. It’s just not very funny.
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