"Big Bird dropping the f-bomb on Sesame Street."

Amidst all the election hubbub, SCOTUS heard oral arguments about "fleeting expletives" and the FCC's ability to regulate them.  

The lawyers managed to do it without employing barnyard epithets themselves:

But as it happened, the argument Tuesday was expletive-free, with both Garre and Phillips using formulations like "f-bomb." Before the argument, Phillips said he would use the words unexpurgated "unless otherwise instructed" by the Court. Today he declined to comment on why he used euphemisms instead.