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(Slate)   An attempt to discern just what the hell Supreme Court Justice Anton Scalia means by using terms like "Argle bargle" and "tutti frutti" in his rulings   ( divider line
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2013-06-27 11:47:25 AM  
6 votes:
That was the landmark 1956 case A wop bop a lu a v. A whop bam boo
2013-06-27 12:22:03 PM  
3 votes:
I never would've pegged him for a Squeeze fan.

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2013-06-27 01:15:20 PM  
2 votes:
NEXT:  Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia adds "casting aspersions on my asparagus" to his glossary of dissent terminology.  Congressman Louie Gohmert sues Scalia for copyright infringement.  Scalia tells Gohmert to go "argle-bargle" himself.  Associate Justice Clarence Thomas looks on with fierce jealousy.
2013-06-27 09:01:42 AM  
2 votes:
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If Little Richard was any indication, "Tutti Frutti" means gay buttsex.

The original song lyrics included: "Tutti Frutti, good booty / If it don't fit, don't force it / You can grease it, make it easy."
2013-06-27 07:40:13 AM  
2 votes:
It means that he's a punk who will say anything to justify his own hatred.

/His ass must get jealous of all the shiat that comes out of his mouth.
2013-06-27 04:03:53 PM  
1 vote:

grumpfuff: serfdood: grumpfuff: Pants full of macaroni!!: Corn_Fed: In 40 years, when a feature film is made about the civil rights struggle for gay marriage equality, I look forward to seeing Scalia portrayed as a cartoonishly buffonish villain. And I predict that "Argle Bargle" will feature prominently in the film's portrayal.

It might even be the title of the film!

And just for giggles, the actor who plays Scalia has to be more flamboyant than Elton John.

Ru Paul gets my vote.

I was gonna say Richard Simmons, but that works too.

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Just found out he was picked for the lead role as Scalia in "Argle-Bargle".
2013-06-27 01:50:20 PM  
1 vote:
Hey, Tony:

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2013-06-27 01:41:03 PM  
1 vote:

grumpfuff: vernonFL: That was the landmark 1956 case A wop bop a lu a v. A whop bam boo

DarnoKonrad: This was all well established in Garbly gook v. Flibiddy bib bab

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2013-06-27 01:18:24 PM  
1 vote:
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"Look, I came here for an Argle-Bargle!
2013-06-27 01:02:16 PM  
1 vote:
I'm going with "dementia".
2013-06-27 01:01:22 PM  
1 vote:
Argle bargle or foofaraw?
2013-06-27 12:57:46 PM  
1 vote:

xenophon10k: You're not going to find any meaning in there. This is a man who just this week said that Congress overreached in passing a law and that's why the Court struck it down, and then the next day said that the Court can't just go around striking down laws duly passed by Congress.

This. Pretty much everything he says can be discerned as WHHHAAAARRRRRGGGGAAAARRRRRBBBLLL.

/sometimes herp or derp
2013-06-27 09:11:24 AM  
1 vote:
The only one I liked:
Interior decorating (n.) "A rock-hard science compared to psychology practiced by amateurs."

He probably used it in a really hateful, destructive way, but it's still clever.
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