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Friday Follies 3.19 (Headline Edition)

This week’s edition of the follies — the first in quite a while — consists entirely of headlines in the interweb tubes this week. Sometimes, that’s all it takes.

Convicted Kidnapper Sues His Victims for Breach of Contract

German man sues Pope for violating seatbelt laws by standing and waving from popemobile

Lawyers Reportedly Hiring Strippers to Pose as Paralegals in Miami Jailhouse Visits

Jim Thorpe’s Sons Can Fight for Dad’s Remains

Florida Man: ‘Fighting Is What Redneck People Do’

Note: Before Attaching Ankle Monitor, Make Sure Leg Is Real


If one assumes, however, that the PGA TOUR has some legal obligation to play classic, Platonic golf … then we Justices must confront what is indeed an awesome responsibility. It has been rendered the solemn duty of the Supreme Court of the United States … to decide What Is Golf.

Justice Antonin Scalia dissenting, PGA Tour v. Martin, 532 U.S. 661 (2001)

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