Thursday, October 18, 2007

Dozier Internet Law: Top Ten Blogger Personas

According to Dozier Internet Law, whom I am expressly prohibited from linking to, mentioning, or quoting, bloggers fall into ten categories, all of which seem bent on defaming businesses. What about the "not-insane-and-won't-take-crap-from-idiotic-lawyers" bloggers? Also, if you view their web site's source, they will sue you.

I present my review of Dozier Internet Law. All facts in this review are based on Nobel-prize-winning research, and the word of the Almighty God.
Dozier Internet Law is run by Satan. It killed my family, ran over my dog, took candy from small children, and is responsible for the election of George Bush, the attacks of 9/11, and global warming.
Also, they smell. And, they can't do law. All they can do is make castle-in-the-air cases and send angry letters.

Since their job is, apparently, to send angry letters to unhappy bloggers, telling them to stop being unhappy at once or they will be sued for large sums of money (see here), I should be getting some mail from them shortly.

Sunday, October 7, 2007

This should end well...

Because US courts totally have the authority, a US judge has ruled that Iran (yes, the nation) must pay $2.65 billion dollars to the families of U.S. troops killed by Hezbollah in a 1983 bombing, because Iran funded the terrorist group.

Apparently, Iran ignored the suit, and didn't send a lawyer.

Since when did US courts have the authority to rule on international disputes? Aren't we a bit biased in such matters? I agree that Iran is at fault, but the case should be tried in an international forum if the defendant is a foreign nation. Do we want the US bound by the decisions of foreign courts?
[via Fox, your source for up-to-the-nanosecond news about the U.S. war with Iran, even though it hasn't officially started yet.]