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(NPR)   Today the US Supreme Court hears the ultimate "don't stick your dick in crazy" case   (npr.org) divider line 5
    More: Scary, U.S. Supreme Court, Chemical Weapons Convention, Articles of Confederation  
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2013-11-05 03:35:36 PM  
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UsikFark: So, what's this orange stuff?


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We haven't entirely nailed down what element it is yet, but I'll tell you this: it's a lively one and it does not like the human skeleton.
2013-11-05 01:54:12 PM  
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cowsspinach: This is why you should never sleep with a married man.


Unfortunately, my wife has already heeded this advice. Badum-tish!
2013-11-05 12:18:29 PM  
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Smelly Pirate Hooker: FTFA:  "I think you could tell 100 people on the street what Ms. Bond did here," he says, and none of those people would determine that Bond "deployed a chemical weapon."

Wrong.

I know the dude's her lawyer and gets paid to make ridiculous statements like that, but for fark's sake, how is it not a "chemical weapon"? Because she used it against one person instead of Afghanistan or Syria?

Having said that, this does seem to be an overreach on the part of the federal govt. Seems like stealing from your employer and dispensing chemicals in an unsafe manner on publicly accessible things like a mailbox is something that is actionable at the state level.


It's a food product, basically.
2013-11-05 10:44:30 AM  
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UsikFark: So, what's this orange stuff?


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2013-11-05 10:35:36 AM  
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Clement contends that Bond's actions were "peaceful," and therefore exempted from the treaty, because of the definition of "peaceful" in international law. Treaties, Clement says, "distinguish peaceful as basically being non-warlike." Bond's run-of-the-mill assault, he argues, did not implicate national and international concerns the way a terrorist attack would.

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So if I want to poison a bunch of people at once, just make sure an ex is in the crowd.

Got it
 
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