...the Supreme Court chooses this one??<br><br>Top Court to Rule on Ten Commandments Displays<br><br>WTF? This is about the most open-shut case out there. I mean think about it, if they agree to this then any judge could hang a big star of David or the teachings of the Koran or a how about a nice big plush Satan doll behind the bench? Its ridiculously easy to see that the obvious answer is that none of those things belong there....just like most lower courts have already decided in quick decisions. <br><br><br>Also today they announced they won't be entertaining arguments regarding P2P services and their responsibility to prevent the spread of copyrighted material. So, that one is now essentially set in stone. While its my personal opinion that they were correct in not hearing this case, at least there is a good argument to made from both sides!! <br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by Trog on 10/12/04 08:29 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
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