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  1. Judge:
    I understand that there is a worldwide shortage of organs for transplantation into human beings such that xenotransplantation may be a realistic alternative. Yet, such a thing in Louisiana might run afoul of this law (a law essentially drafted by the hierarchy of the Catholic Church!). Brave New World!
    Robert

  2. the first two comments had me thinking of oral arguments in the case of United States Chamber of Commerce v ICANN I think they were as follows if memory serves:

    Prosecution:You don’t come in here, drop a challenge and leave old man. Now, you get the boy on the mat or else you and I are going to have a major problem.

    Defense counsel Too much advantage, your dojo.
    Prosecution: Name a place.

    Defense: Tournament
    .
    Prosecution: (chuckles) You’ve got real nerve old man, real nerve. But I think we can accommodate you. Can’t we Mr. Lawrence?

    Assistant Prosecution counsel: Yes sensei.

    Prosecution: Fall in. (Johnny gets back in line)

    Defense: Ask one more small request.

    Prosecution: Make it fast.

    Defense: Ask leave boy alone to train.

    Prosecution: (chuckles) You’re a pushy little bastard ain’t ya? But I like that. I like that! All right, no one touches the prima donna until the tournament. Is that understood?

    Assistant Prosecution counsel: Yes sensei!

    Prosecution: But if you don’t show, then it’s open season on him…and you.
    If I recall correctly the case was rendered moot by the eradication of the Dusky Seaside sparrow and
    the case of Lynn Fairchild v. Karen Keegan

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