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Entries from September 2003

So Brits and Scots really are smarter…

September 22nd, 2003 · 4 Comments

How nice it would be to see some of this running in the press over here: Tony Blair would be well advised to remember this hoary old saw: You can fool all of the people some of the time and some of the people all of the time but you can’t join an oil-crazed right-wing […]

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Tags: Uncategorized

Where have all the flowers gone…

September 21st, 2003 · 2 Comments

…long time passing…. Where have all the flowers gone…long time ago… If only people could see…but like so many lemmings they rush to embrace the very things that kill them.

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Tags: The Decline of America

Gone Fishin’…Sorta

September 19th, 2003 · 1 Comment

Well, I was unable to get to the 9th Circuit opinion regarding the recall as I’d planned. And I won’t be blogging this weekend, because I’m attending a Delta Theta Phi function in Los Angeles. However, I did add a new section to the blog tonight: Book Reviews. The book reviews appear on their own […]

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Tags: Administrivia

Unreasonable Track & Seizure?

September 18th, 2003 · 2 Comments

Barton Aronson writes on Findlaw.com that the Supreme Court of Washington recently got it wrong when they held that a warrant was required to track someone using GPS technology. This blog entry shines a little light on Aronson’s dark answer to the question…

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Tags: Law and Legal Issues · The Man Who Would Be President

“LadyLawyer” vs. Lady Luck

September 17th, 2003 · 2 Comments

Lady Luck tonight brings a comment to my blog from a “LadyLawyer.”

Now, as a law student myself, I’m always excited when lawyers visit my blog. One thing about lawyers is that after approximately four years of a grueling post-graduate education with an emphasis on analyzing and building logical arguments, you can have some truly terrific and inspiring debates that are often quite enlightening to both sides, so long as each party keeps an open mind.

Like this one, for instance…

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Tags: Stupidity

O’Reilly’s New Job: Stand-up Comedian?

September 17th, 2003 · 18 Comments

We’re only about five or ten minutes into it and already O’Reilly has started with the jokes. First, his top story is an attack on MoveOn.org, which is apparently a “leftist Internet-driven organization.” They took out an ad somewhere blasting Bush. The punchline of the story so far is this: O’Reilly says MoveOn.org wanted to […]

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Tags: Politics-In-General

A Higher Law?

September 17th, 2003 · 1 Comment

If Moore, Schenk and the rest of their clan would spend more time actually worshiping their god instead of waging war on the Constitution, it would not be necessary to ask the courts and the government to do it for them.

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Tags: Religion

If Worms Carried Shotguns…

September 15th, 2003 · 8 Comments

When one person “misperceives” you and thinks you’re a duck, you can pretty much shrug them off. When another calls you a duck, maybe you still can. When a third person calls you a duck, it should make you a little nervous. If a fourth calls you a duck? You better start checking yourself for feathers.

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Tags: The Man Who Would Be President

Have Some Linguica, Baby

September 14th, 2003 · No Comments

Once-snappy one-liners from once-fresh movies are not enough reason to elect a governor.

If Ah-nuld refuses to tell the voters what he really stands for and what he intends to do, his candidacy should be annulled.

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Tags: Politics-In-General

Download the Internet

September 14th, 2003 · No Comments

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could just download the Internet, so you wouldn’t have to always been online when you read it? Now you can! Click here to start now!

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Tags: Humor