Hindi ko kontrata iyang babayaran na iyan. I am not even a signatory to that contract. Pagkatapos para pagbintangan mo ako na humingi ako para sa pangangailangan ko, gago ka talaga Michael. Masahol ka pa sa putang babae. Yung putang babae ang gumagana lang doon yung ibaba, kay Michael ang gumagana ang itaas, o di ba! O, masahol pa sa putang babae yan. Sabi ng lola ko masahol pa sa putang babae yan. Sobra ang kasinungalingan ng mga demonyong ito.
At habang ginaganyan ninyo ako, ang mga miyembro ninyo unti-unting maliliwanagan. Magsialis na kayo diyan. Lipat na kayo rito. Kasi kung nag-iisip lang ang isang Iglesia ni Cristo matapos ninyong mapanood itong episode na ito, iiwanan ninyo e, kung mahal ninyo ang kaluluwa ninyo. Hindi kayo paaakay sa ganyan, nagpafabricate ng mga kasinungalingan. Iyon na lang ang hindi nila nagagawa. Pero demanda, paninirang-puri — nagtataka nga ako e, tayo, kaunting kibot, nakademanda sila e.
The majority opinion ruled that the highlighted portion of the aforequoted speech was obscene and was, therefore, not entitled to constitutional protection. Well-settled is the rule that speech, to be considered obscene, must appeal to prurient interest as defined in Roth and firmly adopted in our jurisdiction. The highlighted portion of the verbal exchange between the two feuding religious groups is utterly bereft of any tendency to excite lustful thoughts as to be deemed obscene.
In contrast, a radio broadcast of a monologue replete with indecent words such as shit, piss, fuck, cunt, cocksucker, motherfucker, and tits, has been held protected speech depending on the context relating to the time of broadcast. The majority opinion simply forced these words and phrases into a strained standard formula for censorship.
But such overbroad standard must be struck down for it indiscriminately infringes upon free speech. The subject speech in this case may, at most, be considered indecent speech.
Indecent speech conveyed through the medium of broadcast is a case of first impression in our jurisdiction. However, this issue has been settled in American case law, which has persuasive influence in our jurisprudence. There, the rule is that indecent speech is protected depending on the context in which it is spoken.
Pacifica Foundation is the landmark U. Appended to the decision is the following verbatim transcript prepared by the Federal Communications Commission: The original seven words were, shit, piss, fuck, cunt, cocksucker, motherfucker, and tits. Those are the ones that will curve your spine, grow hair on your hands and maybe, even bring us, God help us, peace without honor and a bourbon. Also, cocksucker is a compound word and neither half of that is really dirty.
Uh, remember when you first heard it, like in 6th grade, you used to giggle. And the cock crowed three times, the cock-three times. And the first time you heard about a cock-fight, remember-What? Uh, shit and fuck. The word shit, uh, is an interesting kind of word in that the middle class has never really accepted it and approved it. She says, Oh shit oh shit, oh shit. If she drops something, Oh, the shit hurt the broccoli. I won the Grammy, man, for the comedy album. Thank you very much, man.
I got my Grammy. I can let my hair hang down now, shit. Now the word shit is okay for the man. At work you can say it like crazy. Mostly figuratively, Get that shit out of here, will ya? Nice to see ya. Oh, the shit is going to hit de fan. Built like a brick shit-house. Hot shit, holy shit, tough shit, eat shit.
Uh, whoever thought of that was ill. He had a shit-eating grin! He had a what? Shit on a stick. Shit in a handbag. I always like that. He acted real shitty. You know what I mean? I got the money back, but a real shitty attitude. Heh, he had a shit-fit.
All the animals-Bull shit, horse shit, cow shit, rat shit, bat shit. First time I heard bat shit, I really came apart. A guy in Oklahoma, Boggs, said it, man. Vera reminded me of that last night. Snake shit, slicker than owl shit. Get your shit together. Shit or get off the pot. I got a shit-load full of them. I got a shit-pot full, all right. I always try to think how that could have originated; the first guy that said that.
Somebody got drunk and fell in some shit, you know. Anyway, enough of that shit. Easy word to say. One syllable, short u. Starts with a nice soft sound fuh ends with a kuh. A little something for everyone.
Kind of a proud word, too. It leads a double life, the word fuck. First of all, it means, sometimes, most of the time, fuck. What does it mean? It means to make love. Oh, fuck you man. I said, fuck you. Fuck you and everybody that looks like you man. It would be nice to change the movies that we already have and substitute the word fuck for the word kill, wherever we could, and some of those movie cliches would change a little bit.
Madfuckers still on the loose. Stop me before I fuck again. Fuck the ump, fuck the ump, fuck the ump, fuck the ump, fuck the ump.
If I give a shit, I would have to pack shit. The additions to the list. I found three more words that had to be put on the list of words you could never say on television, and they were fart, turd and twat, those three.
Now the word twat is an interesting word. Yeh, right in the twat. Like, ah, snatch, box and pussy all have other meanings, man. The twat stands alone, man, as it should. You can say, stuff it! Worthy of note, in Pacifica, the FCC did not resort to any subsequent punishment, much less any prior restraint. The station was not suspended for the broadcast of the monologue, which the U. Supreme Court merely considered indecent speech based on the context in which it was delivered. According to the U.
Supreme Court, the monologue would have been protected were it delivered in another context.