There is an option to leave comments after the blog entries. I have no
idea how often Michael reads them though.
On Mon, 2011-01-31 at 15:07 -0800, Paul Cardwell wrote:
> Checking the CAR-PGa archives, I find it was really 2010 after all.
> Omar Diniz sent a notice of the decision way back then, but the
> decision itself was not available then, nor is the standard citation
> (Singer v. Ohio, etc.) even now. It shows something about selective
> memory that we tend to forget the unpleasant - it is probably the only
> way we can cope, else the outrage would consume us. Still, it says
> something that the story could be picked up in Brazil, posted in the
> CAR-PGa Newsletter, and missed in the US until a year later. If
> anyone can find the standard citation title, please let us know, as
> that remains a missing item in our files on the case.
> I did find one bit of irony in Mike comparing the severity of the
> Egyptian crisis with the triviality of games banned in state
> (apparently not federal) prisons. I recall that it is an Arab maxim
> about letting the camel get its nose in the tent and soon having a
> problem getting the whole camel out. Eternal vigilance and all that.
> And I still want to know why playing cards don't involve gambling only
> in prison, and what are the rules for shooting craps with D20s.
> I wish I could send this to Mike as well, but he has requested no
> emails, and reenforced it by not having any posted anywhere more
> recently than 2008 (Flying Buffalo).
> Paul Cardwell
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