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Friday, July 05, 2002

The Eye-Brain Barrier

Anyone who has been reading this blog for awhile knows how I feel about Bill Bedsworth, Justice of the California Court of Appeal, Fourth District, Division Three, to wit: any qualms I have about human cloning or "eugenics" could be mostly allayed by assurances of worldwide propagation of the Bedworth gene. This month, Justice Bedsworth's column is about a proposed amendment to California criminal jury instructions, prompted by hippopotomus regulation and jailbreaks. It includes this arch aside about the county Beds and I call home: "I live, after all, in the epicenter of American Libertarianism. I'm in the process of formulating a theory that for every law enacted in California, there is an Orange County Register reader who is violating it-purely as a matter of principle." How I love the smell of amphibious African mammals in the morning. (The one in question resided closer to Chuck, and must have been giving Pongo fits.)

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