There is something utterly hilarious about an 88-year old Supreme Court Justice
making the argument that "the F-word, in some formulations, can be very funny." Four years ago, the FCC decided to start cracking down on offensive language on broadcast television. Broadcasters sued to prevent them doing so, and the Supreme Court heard oral arguments
in the case today. Ginsburg is also not buying the FCC's argument that its enforcement isn't arbitrary. She brought up the FCC's allowance for Saving Private Ryan
to be aired uncensored. It'll be interesting to see how it comes down.