September 21, 2004

Dusting Off the Slate

by PG

From the stone age of online writing (i.e. March 2000), a question by Randy Cohen:

"This is something any member of the public could have felt while handling, pushing, grabbing ... ," said Jeffrey Lamken, a U.S. assistant solicitor general, to a skeptical Supreme Court Tuesday.
"At least in my experience, people don't take it out and feel it," Justice Ginsburg demurred.
"It does seem to me that another passenger does not have the right to start squeezing my ... ," argued Justice Kennedy.

In this case, Bond v. United States, who squeezed what?
(Note: For responses to No. 392, the penis-free zone is invoked.)

September 21, 2004 11:18 AM | TrackBack
Comments

Luggage?! What a ripoff. I was hoping for Scalia's "slippery slope" at the very least. ("It does seem to me that another passenger does not have the right to start squeezing my slippery slope.") On the other hand, I've heard the word "chemodan" (suitcase) used by Russians as slang for prostitute, so I guess it could work.

Posted by: Mojo at September 22, 2004 12:27 AM
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