Writing for the majority, Justice Rippa Dees Pants wrote: "Throughout history it has been a good idea to squash idiocy at it's birth, strangling it with it's own pathologically perverse and prickly placenta. This was the country's goal in telling Goat Soup Radio to pack it up and go back to stocking shelves at Trader Joe's. But, there are moments in history when we must tear apart the velcro straps to our senses and allow even those without a modicum of sense, decorum and decency to express their views, as uninspired as they may be. Therefore, Ģoat Soup Radio may have it's voice back, it's offices opened and it's carpets cleaned."
|Justice Pants: "Why do I always get just two croutons with|
my pea soup, councilor?"
Justice Pants went on to say that he couldn't understand why the difference in price between a cup of soup and a bowl of soup in the Court's cafeteria is almost $5.00 when the amount of soup in both was almost the same.
Writing as a Friend of the Court (amicus curiae ministronis) Mamby Pamby, chief counsel to the American Association of Soup Ladlers opined that in a crouton free world all would be equal. However, "As long as China continues to heavily subsidize their cheaper, substandard ladles and continues dumping them into the American market, the cup and bowl will remain for all intents and purposes, separate but equal."
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