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The Daily Memo - 2/7/07

check.jpgJustice O’Connor says she wanted to stay a Supreme but that Rehnquist essentially pushed her out. (WSJ Law Blog)

check.jpgConnecticut’s Attorney General wants proof from Coke and Nestle that their claims about a new drink (that it can burn calories just by being drunk) aren’t “voodoo nutrition.” (Chicago Sun-Times)

check.jpgEegads - a nutjob has been arrested and accused with sending a package to his ex-girlfriend…a package with a love note and the severed head of a poor little kitten. (Post-Gazette)

check.jpgTurns out states aren’t a fan of the whole national driver’s license idea. (FindLaw)

check.jpgCharges against a man who allegedly deposited pot with a bank are to be dropped because the bank teller gave the dude back his weed and he, in all likelihood, you know, smoked the evidence. (Iowa City Press-Citizen)

check.jpgOf feminism and Supreme females. (Slate)

check.jpgThe Ninth Circuit says the class-action lawsuit against Wal-Mart by female employees shall continue. (FindLaw)

check.jpgA Missouri legislator wants to force all ninth-graders to take prison tours, to scare them out of a life of crime. (Columbia Tribune)

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Frankly, prison tours sound like a great idea. They are f-ing SCARY. I only visited one once, under my father's expressed intent of scaring the shit of me and my delinquent friends. It sure as hell worked.
If parents are allowed to opt their kid out, like with the HPV vaccine, I say Go Go Missouri!