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Not Really

Filed under: — Patterico @ 7:39 am

But it makes a good story.

10 Responses to “Not Really”

  1. Well, Socrates/Prepostericity thought you must have a lot of money coming in from blogging, that, he unfortunately, was not able to tap into.

    Sammy Finkelman (d22d64)

  2. I was wondering… would have have you a $M by lunch >:-)

    MaaddMaaxx (981b21)

  3. Fish hook!

    Gazzer (9a18d1)

  4. in that case, i’lol start buying all my stuff though Ace’s Amazon link instead… 😎

    redc1c4 (403dff)

  5. Was it a letter from Bill Gates?

    Kevin M (bf8ad7)

  6. The president and DOJ have created a horrible situation

    corwin (073156)

  7. In an interview this week, Prof Dershowitz stated that the prosecutors should be disbarred. He may be right. Some of the discovery violations alone are appalling. To say the least.

    Quoting J Nordlinger, “What do the facts tell us and to what verdict do they lead?”

    Seems pretty clear but you never know with a jury.

    LTJill (908b9c)

  8. Should it be open season on prosecutors? Should there be a bag limit or should we be allowed to take as many as wanted in the first 10 years?

    ooops. Sorry. I forgot. :)

    Curt (bd5f4e)

  9. Presumed Innocent. Proof beyond a reasonable doubt.

    Neither ever mentioned in the State’s Closing Argument (done by Bernie de la Rionda) and the State’s Rebuttal (done by John Guy).

    Not a word.

    Not once was it uttered, The State have proven …

    John guy: “… To the living we owe respect, but to the dead we owe the truth. …”

    Apparently, We the Living ( – are not entitled to the truth.

    Gary L. Zerman (95c896)

  10. We the Living is a novel that deals with the begining of the regime, albeit from the viewpoint of someone who had a position in after a while, lthough her family lost a lot.

    A couple of years later, as recounted in the Gulag Archipelago, past the point of this novel, many engineers were considered saboteurs.

    Dr. Zhivago also deals with this period (and before and later)

    They are both novels, though, not memoirs.

    We don’t have much on the dictatorships of Africa after 1960. Or much else from that time.

    Sammy Finkelman (d22d64)

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