Give the New York Times credit: it’s found something more popular than Tim Tebow.
In a federal obscenity case heard this month, Mr. Douglas defended another Florida pornographer. In the trial, Mr. Douglas set up a computer in the courtroom and did Internet searches for sexually explicit terms to show the jury that there were millions of Web pages discussing such material. He then searched for other topics, like the University of Florida quarterback Tim Tebow, to demonstrate that there were not nearly as many related Web sites.
The only thing is, the jury voted to convict. Gator fans.
(h/t Orlando Sentinel)