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July 04, 2005
Fourth of July Links
Thomas Jefferson, who died on this day in 1826, has travelled through time to provide us with TeeJ's Live Journal. In a special edition, he provides a most excellent (even classic) Blawg Review #13.
I have recently received the favors of the gentlemen of Blawg Review, requests fitting for my scholarship for my appraisal in the attention to legal matters discussed on this thing called the "blogosphere", on this national Independence Day. As a former president of the United States, a proficient & endearing student of law, practicing lawyer (I did pass my first county court bar exam some 236 years ago, so forgive me if my legal expertise is somewhat outdated), and the principle architect of our government, my perspective has become of interest to some, as much perhaps that the opinion of today's many lawyers, legislatures and courts is of interest to me. This brings me into the harmony today's events, on the dawn of this July 4th.
Ever since my arrival in this strange and wondrous part of the American future, or rather, the American "present", I have been on an ongoing inquiry into the very nature of modern law and government. So injudicious the unscrupulous acts of legislature I have seen, and apathetic the American mind has grown to these matters, that I have been prone to action that I might record and observe what I can, and today is an excellent opportunity to do just that. So I have been asked to offer my review and commentary on these various internet weblogs, writings, essays and other posts. I was fearful that my opinion and analysis of recent history would be ignorant of the many changes since my time, so I have invited my roommate Daniel to join my commentary... who, I am afraid, was slightly bored with all the dense legal issues, so I fear his commentary may be a bit... amiss. [links, ancient diction in original]
Phosita rounds up some firework patents: Independence Day.
But beware the dangers of fireworks according to this recently released report from the US Fire Administration, which is an an entity of the Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (Fireworks Cause 23,200 Fires, $35 Million in Damage and Injure 9,300. Read the 7-page report: The Dangers of Fireworks [PDF].
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