Free speech does not protect urination

What you say is protected by the constituion, how you say it is not. I am legally forbidden from spraypainting words onto your car, nor can I shout them through a megaphone at 3:00 AM into your bedroom window. I'm not even allowed to urinate a speech into the sidewalk or tap morse code into your forehead.
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