On This Day: Janet Jackson’s Wardrobe Malfunction

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10 Responses

  1. Neil Ottenstein says:

    I wasn't even paying attention when it flashed on the screen. It is not that "football fans still feel the pain", but all viewers of television feel the pain. This inspired the indecency police to come out in full force and are actively searching to be offended by shows. We get such ridiculous rulings such that network affiliates are being fined for material that shows after 10 PM on the East and West Coast, but at 9 PM in Central and Mountain timezones.

    • Mike Gold says:

      That's the fault of the government-appointed censors and our tolerance of same, and not the fault of Ms. Jackson's egregious nipple – which, I believe, neither sent anyone to the insane asylum nor blinded any children.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Such stupidity over the sight of a nipple on tv! Why be so upset at something that everybody has?

  3. Marilee J. Layman says:

    Waldrobe, hmmm? What color of a robe do you get a forest?

  4. mike weber says:

    if you must shove your titty in somebody's face, shove it in a baby'sshove it in a baby'stits are a teaseand fun to squeezebut babies need love too…Richard Thompson, "Dear Janet Jackson"

  5. Matt Mako says:

    Since when does something doing exactly what it was designed for constitute a malfunction?Regret, and spin doctors can only change history if we let them. This 'wardrobe malfunction' should never be seen without the knowing quotes.

    • Mike Gold says:

      I think it was a malfunction of thought, as in "sure, we can show one-half of one nipple for one-half of one second without the bible-thumpers going apeshit."

  6. Terry McNeill says:

    My God let go it was only a breast and it was a accident if it had been anybody else nothing would have been said. Janet I Love You; you will always be my "SUPERSTAR".