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August 31, 2005

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in keeping with the legal theme:

    When FBI supervisors in Miami met with new interim U.S. Attorney Alex Acosta last month, they wondered what the top enforcement priority for Acosta and Attorney General Alberto Gonzales would be.
    Would it be terrorism? Organized crime? Narcotics trafficking? Immigration? Or maybe public corruption?
    The agents were stunned to learn that a top prosecutorial priority of Acosta and the Department of Justice was none of the above. Instead, Acosta told them, it's obscenity. Not pornography involving children, but pornographic material featuring consenting adults.

Law.com

Slarti -- I just logged in and out as Moe, to deal with spam. Sorry. I'll be off working for the rest of the day anyways, so even if I were tempted, I couldn't interfere.

Thanks so much for doing this.

No worries, hilzoy. Let's wait and see if this works, though...

Slart

Update: It didn't :(

I say you nuke it from orbit. It's the only way to be sure.

And on a completely unrelated note, I now offer you one of The Onion's finest headlines ever:

Standards, Trousers Lowered Simultaneously

Fine. I'll take my open thread and run with it. Gamers, this one's for you:

Delta Green.

Set in post-Katrina New Orleans.

Pretty much writes itself, no?

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