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Opening Arguments

Got my mow job workin'

You can probably figure out what the vulgarity is. If people never said anything but nice things, we wouldn't need a First Amendment:

"As much as you might shake your head at what kind of reasoning is involved, it's not prohibited," Conboy said. "A person who wants to make a statement in public, that doesn't invoke a violent response, is protected by the constitution."