“Brunetti, the graffiti bomber and skater who started Fuct in 1990, showed up to court in a pair of metallic gold cowboy boots and his signature wide-brimmed felt hat. (Bowing to court etiquette, he took the hat off once inside) … The Feds’ argument? That it is the government’s responsibility to refuse registration of trademarks that consist of ‘scandalous’ material, as exemplified by Fuct. Brunetti counters that this violates his First Amendment rights to free speech.” GQ: Here’s What Happened At Fuct’s Supreme Court Hearing.