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The Daily Memo - 6/4/07

check.jpgThe best transcript about large penises you’ll read today. (Legal Antics)

check.jpgSlate explains when the federal Government can quarantine folks, and how this interplays with the ability of individual states to quarantine people. (Slate)

check.jpgFifteen New Zealanders (who are not Australians, as commentors have correctly pointed out to us!) have sued New Line, claiming they’re entitled to some Lord of the Rings merchandising money. (Cinematical)

check.jpgA member of the Crips who was hired by a man to kill the man’s wife, mother-in-law and daughter actually balked at the notion of capping the girl, and ended up helping the Feds bust the scumbum husband. (May it Please the Court)

check.jpgMicrosoft has been slapped with a lawsuit over some 2001 negotiations involving DVR patents. (Engadget)

check.jpgAmerican Indians are tweaked off that Martha Stewart wants to trademark “Katonah,” the name of a 17th century chief, equating it to Stewart trying to trademark “George Washington.” (Newsday)

check.jpgThe push is back on for internet taxes on your broadband connections, as well as your e-mail and online shopping. (MSN)