So today we shut off the phones, unplug the server, disconnect the DSL, and take a leap of faith that they will all work again half an hour later in our new office in the same building. Moving a 15-person office — even by just a few floors — makes it kind of hard to […]
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Though I haven't blogged about it, comments here have touched on the AutoAdmit lawsuit. AutoAdmit.com is a butt-ugly set of forums related to college, law school, and other grad schools, containing some discussions useful and interesting to students but mostly rude, puerile mastubatory rubbish generated by dysfunctional arrested adolescents desperate to shock. Trolls, in other […]
If they're out there, we'd better pray that the aliens aren't sophisticated enough to watch our science fiction television programming.
Last week the Third Circuit decided a significant First Amendment case — United States v. Stevens, which struck down 18 U.S.C. section 48, which criminalizes interstate sale of depictions of animal cruelty: (a) Creation, Sale, or Possession.— Whoever knowingly creates, sells, or possesses a depiction of animal cruelty with the intention of placing that depiction […]
Marc Randazza has a quote of the week: I don’t think it’s the job of the law to limit the options of law-abiding citizens and businesses because of the potential harm to the Darwin-Award-winning segment of our society. -Attorney Kevin Grierson
Via Prof. Randazza, I see that a student prevailed against high school censors who sought to suppress pro-gay speech. The same school administrators have unlocked the grim secret cabal of Lucky Charms, Kermit the Frog and Cheer Bear to promote hard-core mansex: During the trial, which was held in Panama City yesterday and today, Ponce […]
You might remember that the Fifth Circuit recently struck down a law prohibiting the sale and advertising of dildos. (Note that my idle question about whether it should be "dildi" was answered, with more alacrity and detail than I can, strictly speaking, absorb without getting kind of creeped out, by commentators in the linked Volokh […]