Odds ‘n Sods:

If you publish Georgia’s state laws, you’ll get sued for copyright and lose

JWR’s Comment: If the only way to access the annotated edition of State law is through a paid service like LEXIS/NEXIS, then where does that leave us? We are often reminded: “Ignorance of the law is no excuse.” But we live in a society where the law is so labyrinthine that even someone who is quite a good researcher can barely understand its nuances. And now we are denied access to reading the law with full case citations, unless we fork over $20 per day or $75 per month for access to LEXIS/NEXIS? Surely our Founding Fathers must be rolling in their graves!

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Connecticut considering weaponizing drones. The bill would ban the use of weaponized drones but exempt police. Hundreds of SWAT teams in U.S. break into wrong houses and sometimes harm people. Innocent people will be killed. – H.L.

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Animal to man, fear of the next pandemic. Orangutan Mahal’s mysterious death sparks fear about greater threat to humans, animals – G.P.

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Internet Users Turn the Tables, Raise Funds to Buy Lawmakers Browsing Histories. – They raised $196,135 in six days on GoFundMe. You might actually think people are mad at their representatives over killing this privacy law. – H.L.

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In an update to the libtard open-carry anti-Trump/protest/debacle, a few people have analyzed the photos of the group, and there is a high suspicion that the many of the firearms carried in the protest were only AirSoft toys. – T.P.

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