Today Alan Gura et al. will be responding to Washington DC's petition to overturn the lower court decision that DC's ban on functional firearms and posession of handguns is an unreasonable infringement on the individual right to keep and bear arms recognized in the Second Amendment of the US Constitution under a Strict Scrutiny Standard of Review.
I can't be there, all I can do is pray that the justices can read and parse plain english.
The military will attempt to shoot down a crippled spy satellite some time in the next two weeks, says the New York Times. OF course, the reasons given are pretty good ones (public safety, etc). But, methinks they protest too much when they say "the Pentagon said that they were not using the exercise to test their most exotic weapons or send a message to any adversaries." (Emphasis mine)
Anything the US Military does sends a message - and as far as messages go this one isn't too bad...
Narrator: Re: the AACS key "09 F9...", war was beginning.
MPAA: What happen ?
RIAA: Somebody set up us the DRM.
SoundExchange: We get signal.
MPAA: What !
SoundExchange: Main screen turn on.
MPAA: It's you !!
1337hax0r: How are you gentlemen !!
1337hax0r: All your key are decode to us.
1337hax0r: You are on the way to decryption.
MPAA: What you say !!
1337hax0r: You have no chance to survive make your layer.
1337hax0r: Ha Ha Ha Ha ....