Minutiae
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The more corrupt the state, the more numerous the laws.
--Cornelius Tacitus (c. 116 A.D.)

Thursday, June 27, 2002
Stupid people everywhere. Why is this suddenly news to Drudge and the UN? I was onto this over a year ago. Moreover it just makes sense. High population density + Repressive govt that dosn't dare admit any problems lest the system be called into question + Massive poverty + Uneducated populace + Limited access to technology = Huge AIDS epidemic. Hello! Can we say Africa? Well maybe that will take care of their poulation surplus. Not favorable conditions for democracy though.
posted by Rachel 6/27/2002
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I want one.
posted by Rachel 6/27/2002
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Ahhhh
Perhaps the Ninth will clean up their own mess. The judge who wrote the majority opinion has
stayed his own ruling.

Update: Man is he OLD!
posted by Rachel 6/27/2002
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Oy! The supremes have declared that schools can give the chess team random drug tests (with no particular suspicion of wrongdoing,) because the schools interest in ridding the campuses of drugs outweighs an individual's right to privacy. This is what the 'War on Drugs' hath wrought. What is it with the judiciary lately?
posted by Rachel 6/27/2002
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I didn't know that yawns were contagious to cats. Cleffy yawns whenever I do. Too cute.
posted by Rachel 6/27/2002
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Sequins can cover a multitude of sins.
posted by Rachel 6/27/2002
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Bush has pissed off the Traditional Values Coalition. Always a good thing.
posted by Rachel 6/27/2002
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