1. Here it is:
2. A test case:
The assumption in any civilized society should be this: that which harms no one is legal, and should not be subject to punishment upon the arbitrary and capricious whims of humorless prosecutors who decide to find something irritating for no important reason. Laws should be few, clear, irredundant, and should exist only to deal with actual interpersonal conflicts in which one party has actually damaged another and not merely offended their sensibilities. It should never be possible for an official to decide to crush someone merely because they find them vaguely distasteful in some manner.
3. Puzzling, this:
The Americans have long complained about something called “transshipment.” That is the practice of Chinese steel being shipped to a country, such as Canada, and then re-exported, sometimes with little to no change in the product, to the United States.
5. Kylie at her age as a beach bunny – suffer the little children:
6. Lastly for now, what’s the name of that British officer first cited again?
[H/T Chuckles and haiku]