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May 28, 2009



I don't get it. What does this have to do with the [US] Supreme Court? It looks like the plea was in a criminal trial and nowhere near the Supreme Court (which does not conduct trials).


This brief article has nothing to do with the Supreme Court of the United States. The headline states that a "US Court," which could mean anything since it lacks specificity, has accepted a plea involving the "2003 Protect Act."

Looks like every library in the country may be subject to some idiot prosecutor aching to make a name for himself. I'm sure O'Bama will rectify eveything . . . . .

Jon K

How do you determine whether or not a cartoon character is 18 years old?


who decides what has “serious literary, artistic, political, or scientific value.” anyway. isnt everyones view of what is significant a personal decision? and how did they find out about what kind of literature he had anyway?


I think I have some illegal manga in my collection, and I'm not an adult myself.

Your personal blog is interesting so I thought I'd check this out too. Nice. heh :)

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