Down With Power Audiobook!

L. Neil Smith's

Number 833, August 9, 2015

While the battle for equality before the
law was one of the most important political
revolutions in history, we were a nicer people
when we were free to offend one another.

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Re: Atlantea the Beautiful No. 338 (last issue)

Reminds me of story on Elfego Baca, gunfighter who became a lawyer (some people will do anything): One often told story says that once when he was practicing law in Albuquerque, Baca received a telegram from a client in El Paso, Texas. "Need you at once," it said, "Have just been charged with murder." To which Baca is supposed to have responded with a telegram saying, "Leaving at once with three eyewitnesses."[Quoted from Wkipedia].

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