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  • The limits on sales of post-ban standard-capacity mags encouraged the development and sales of smaller guns that could take a ten-round magazine (the Glock 26, frex), as well as encouraging relatively high-capacity revolvers.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Kagan’s record on guns

  • The limits on sales of post-ban standard-capacity mags encouraged the development and sales of smaller guns that could take a ten-round magazine the Glock 26, frex, as well as encouraging relatively high-capacity revolvers.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Kagan’s record on guns

  • However, between the willingness of Corker to employ any tactics necesary (the Playboy ad, frex; please feel free to google it yourselves) and Uncle John and other members of the Ford family (there's Aunt Ophelia, too; we mustn't forget her) he didn't quite pull it off.

    Making Light: The New York Times gives Harold Ford, Jr. enough rope

  • This is a pretty general problem with the US; textbooks have to be acceptable to Texas, frex.

    Making Light: A music exec's take on the Macmillan/Amazon throwdown

  • And there are legitimate reasons to use laptops in class--frex, speed and legibility of note-taking.

    Making Light: We're back, we're bad,

  • I'm inclined to give the benefit of the doubt to the original translators as having made mistakes in good faith, according to what was known at the time-- many of those early references, frex, refer to Naram-Sin as the son of Sargon rather than his grandson, as seems to be the more recent consensus.

    Making Light: Open thread 134

  • I mean, some clearly did believe it Cheney and Yoo are unappologetic, frex.

    Making Light: Open thread 134

  • That's the dynamic all over, frex, Raiders of the Lost Ark.

    Killing Characters

  • One more marker for people who aren't arguing honestly: those who can only think of one scenario for an ambiguous situation-- frex, someone who assumes that it's always the man or always the woman who's at fault when a heterosexual relationship is going bad.

    The Art of Lying Without Lying

  • Each generation frex, horse manure vs automobiles, each neighborhod, each person chooses what risks are acceptable.

    Making Light: Snowpocalypse Part Next

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