BAILIFF: Your Honor, the next case on the docket is “A Bunch of Smelly Hippies vs. the NSA.”
BAILIFF: “A Bunch of Smelly Hippies vs…”
JUDGE: That’s not a real name. You’re making it up.
BAILIFF: No, it’s the real–
JUDGE: Bailiff, explain to me why this court of law would put the phrase “A Bunch of Smelly Hippies” on a docket.
BAILIFF: Uh… hold on, I’ll check.
BAILIFF: Apparently the Federal Government felt that “The Electronic Frontier Foundation” was prejudicial.