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The Daily Memo - 8/10/07

check.jpgBar exams aren’t exactly caught up with this new-fangled technology stuff. (Sui Generis)

check.jpgLetting a hot girl ring your bicycle bell at 1:45 a.m. after the cops told you to stop ringing it? That’s a paddlin’ $572 fine. (WNBC)

check.jpgJohnson & Johnson is suing the Red Cross, claiming that it’s misused its well-known red cross trademark, and the Red Cross says the lawsuit is “obscene.” (BBC News)

check.jpgFacebook’s getting sued for patent infringement. (Download Squad)

check.jpgJustice Alito wishes it was easier for him to get a question in during oral argument. (Law.com)

check.jpgAn Administrative Law Judge has ruled that North Carolina must review its execution rules and hear arguments from lawyers representing death row inmates. (LawInfo)

check.jpgThe House approved a bill that would give troops guaranteed time back home between Iraq deployments, a proposal which Bush has threatened to veto. (Yahoo! News)

check.jpgAnd that same Bush is said to be like a “jukebox that only plays one song,” as he’s decided that the best way to fix things in our country is to give new tax cuts to corporations. (Crooks and Liars)

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I'm confused about that bell business. So, is he being charged because he was the owner of the bell? Like if he had gone inside and the hot girl came up and rang it without permission, would he still be responsible for the ringing of the bell?

Or is he being charged because he gave her permission after the police told him he couldn't ring it himself?

"I guess money talks, and my money is saying goodbye."

That is a fantastic quote!