Ready? Okay! We’ve got spirit, yes we do. We’ve got spirit, and free speech too! The Supreme has made its Snap judgment. After she failed to get promoted to the varsity cheer squad, then 14 year-old Brandi Levy expressed her frustration on Snapchat with the rather poetic: F*** the school … F*** cheer, F*** everything. “Suspended from the team for what was considered disruptive behavior, Brandi and her parents went to court. They argued that the school had no right to punish her for off-campus speech, whether it was posted online while away from school, as in this case, or spoken out loud at a Starbucks across the street from school.” Today, in an 8-1 decision, the Supreme Court agreed. Of course, Clarence Thomas was the one who F***ing dissented. (He gets the Bronx cheer.) NPR: Supreme Court Rules Cheerleader’s F-Bombs Are Protected By The 1st Amendment. (Save the cheerleader, save the world.)

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