US Supreme Court Rules on Nipple Slips
WASHINGTON — The United States Supreme Court has finally reached a point where they can legally examine Janet Jackson’s nipple slip to rule on the matter of the FCC vs. CBS and the biggest story to emerge from the 2004 Super Bowl.
Reliable sources claim that the Justices take nipple slippages very seriously, especially for their likelihood to cause panic in the streets.
Requesting anonymity due to sensitivity of the subject, one anonymous staffer from Justice Scalia’s office indicated that his boss, as well as the other justicess, had been very excited about hearing the case. “It will be a welcome departure from the gross crap we usually have to study,” claimed one Justice who did not want to use his name.
Even Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who had been appointed to the august body by George Washington himself, seemed a bit titillated at the prospect, according to the unnamed source within the Justice Department.
The source added Ginsburg doesn’t feel it will take long to nip this case in the bud.