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"Indeed, the rage of theorists to make constitutions a vehicle for the conveyance of their own crude, and visionary aphorisms of government, requires to be guarded against with the most unceasing vigilance."
     -- Joseph Story
     Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States
     Book III, § 1857.

Tuesday, September 16, 2003

(BlogSpot is throwing a snit whenever I try to publish, no matter what the content of the post, so I don't know when this will actually hit the page. The only thing that can be said for BlogSpot, these days, is, at least the price is right.)

Courtesy of Emperor Misha I:

The man who sold the moon
You belong in The Man Who Sold The Moon. You are a
dreamer. People don't understand you your
calling, and often get in your way. Frontiers
call to you, and you will breathe your last
breath as you gaze back from a distant horizon.

Which Heinlein Book Should You Have Been A Character In?
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-- posted by Clayton 9/16/2003 10:27:00 PM

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