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The Daily Memo - 9/4/07

check.jpgBlawg Review #124 is long as the dickens, but it’s got some good links (the best being links to the old QuizLaw, of course!). (George’s Employment Blawg)

check.jpgNASA and Caltech are being sued by scientists at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory who claim that they are subject to intrusive and unnecessary security checks for no good reason (or for an undisclosed reason). (Bad Astronomy)

check.jpgWee Brian Bonsall, who played little brother Andy on “Family Ties,” ain’t so wee any more — he just pleaded guilty to a charge of third-degree assault, getting two years of probation. (CNN)

check.jpgSeems that the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America might just be abusing the DMCA and its take-down provisions. (Boing Boing)

check.jpgDoes Congress have enough evidence for a Bush impeachment inquiry? (Slate)

check.jpgA default patent judgment has led to a judgment against Bodog, a gambling website, for more than $46 million. (Patently-O)

check.jpgTaking a photo up a woman’s skirt in public is fine, argues a man’s attorney, because gals have no expectation of privacy for their private bits when they’re in public areas. (Fox News)

check.jpgAn Arizona woman is accused of stabbing her estranged husband while they were having angry break-up sex. (KPHO)

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That would be "little brother Andy." Michael J. Fox played "Alex" (or "Alex P.," for the purists).

Dolp! It sure would be Andy, not Alex. Thanks for keeping me honest Kip (and frankly, I'm embarrassed to have botched such an essential bit of 80s trivia, and something that I actually know).