June 29, 2012

Supreme Court Won’t Appeal For Super Bowl “Wardrobe Malfunction”

It sounds like the gaffe that made headlines back during the Super Bowl win for the Patriots over the Panthers in 2004 is finally over.

Friday The Supreme Court decided that they would not consider reinstating the government’s $550,000 fine on CBS after the “wardrobe malfunction” for singer Janet Jackson during the halftime of the biggest game on the planet.

  • OHH come now you didnt think that was planned??? called ratings my friend it was staged rehearsed??? im sure over and over again..are u kiddin me
  • whether I agree or not heres another example of a blog being wasted?? im sorry mslprod took the time to blog this??? and Im the only one who comments on it???? I think its a great blog he did his home work wrote down the info needed....it wasnt a blabber blog as Ive seen in the past short and sweet but im the other one who took the time to read it???? sad.....
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