Wardrobe Malfunctions

NEW YORK (AP) - The Federal Communications Commission today fined all affiliates of the CBS network for their role in the Janet Jackson "wardrobe malfunction" episode at this year's Super Bowl. The FCC stated that "the affiliates have a responsibility as guardians of the public's airwaves to assure viewers that this type of indecent programming does not occur."

A spokesperson for KPIX in San Francisco replied that perhaps their station may not carry the next speech by President Bush in retaliation, stating "we already got in trouble once for showing a big boob on our station. Why do it again?"

A spokesperson for KTTR in Portland agreed, saying that keeping the president off the air would be a case of "tit-for-tat."