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The Daily Memo - 9/19/07

check.jpgA federal judge in SF has tossed a global worming case filed against carmakers. (WSJ Law Blog)

check.jpgMeanwhile, the Ninth Circuit has tossed out a case against Caterpillar Inc. over the use of its bulldozers in Israeli military operations. (Overlawyered)

check.jpgJeffrey Toobin, author of The Nine, is answering some questions. (The SCOTUSblog)

check.jpgMemo to Washington state legislators - you might want to add “men’s underpants” to list of things that people shouldn’t wear on their heads when they go into a bank, as this New Zealand trend might make its way stateside. (The Daily Telegraph)

check.jpgOJ’s been charged with ten felonies in connection with that whole Vegas/memorabilia debacle. (ESPN)

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Can you please define "global worming" as it pertains to carmakers? Or really, what the worming issue is in general?

Given the choice between global worming and global warming I would have to choose the later. At least then I know what I'm up against.

I'm certain that "global worming" refers to those dastardly Caterpillar Inc. fellows and their audacious sales of bulldozers to whoever has the money (and a sufficient lack of morals) to make the purchase.