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  • Are we to perpetually rely on the Courts to twist constitutional doctrines, in myriad ways, with all their resulting sorts of side effects (and benefits, too, no doubt) and absurdities in order to obviate antideluvian laws, particularly those regulating social norms?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Recent Michigan Prosecutions for “Seducing an Unmarried Woman” 

  • Are we to perpetually rely on the Courts to twist constitutional doctrines, in myriad ways, with all their resulting sorts of side effects and benefits, too, no doubt and absurdities in order to obviate antideluvian laws, particularly those regulating social norms?

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Recent Michigan Prosecutions for “Seducing an Unmarried Woman” 

  • When is somebody going to pension off that antideluvian jackass?

    News Orgs Instantly Project Big Win For Hillary In West Virginia

  • Trample about those misty rain-sodden fields, and hack each other's eyes out with antideluvian bayonets.

    South Wind

  • Cloude, Pall-Mall, the present goddess of taste, who will be worshipped till some new arbitress of fashion, by the invention of a vest, or a trimming, supersedes, and decrees her obsolete and antideluvian.

    Lovers and Friends; or, Modern Attachments

  • Those poor ladies, who obviously have a lot on their hands, would have better spent their scant free time reading up on Sarah Palin's antideluvian worldview than in cheerleading for her.

    NYT > Opinion

  • Those poor ladies, who obviously have a lot on their hands, would have better spent their scant free time reading up on Sarah Palin's antideluvian worldview than in cheerleading for her.

    NYT > Opinion

  • Those poor ladies, who obviously have a lot on their hands, would have better spent their scant free time reading up on Sarah Palin's antideluvian worldview than in cheerleading for her.

    NYT > Opinion

  • Those poor ladies, who obviously have a lot on their hands, would have better spent their scant free time reading up on Sarah Palin's antideluvian worldview than in cheerleading for her.

    NYT > Opinion

  • Those poor ladies, who obviously have a lot on their hands, would have better spent their scant free time reading up on Sarah Palin's antideluvian worldview than in cheerleading for her.

    NYT > Opinion

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  • Someone who lives in New Orleans?

    September 28, 2008