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This is… weirdly fascinating.

Bad news for the hyper little ones in your home.

And lastly, though I’m against judicial activism and wish this was being handled outside the courts, I’m glad to see consideration given to better accommodating the downtrodden, even if the issue appears mundane.


  1. Peter Brunone
    Nov 29, 2006

    Fascinating, captain.

    I think the judge’s reasoning may be a bit naive on some points (“It’s only 5% of 4.2 billion dollars, after all”), and bench legislation bites, but heck, it’s a good idea. Now if we could just get the kooks on Capitol Hill to actually do something about this…

  2. Jay
    Nov 29, 2006

    Agreed regarding the judge’s opinions… but we’re a country of innovative folks. Hopefully there is an affordable solution to be had.

  3. Peter Brunone
    Nov 29, 2006

    You left out another hard-hitting story.

  4. Adrian Gallagher
    Dec 28, 2006

    Not sure on the money one. We all have limitations and the taxpayer shouldn’t be forced to even the world out. I don’t think it’ll even be even in Heaven.

    It’s a typical legal response though isn’t, “He said he wouldn’t tell officials how to fix the problem, but he ordered them to begin working on it”. So many folk like to point out problems but expect others to fix them.