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Do you buy your stuff on Amazon?

Maybe you should consider these tidbits from John Ross at Volokh, on what’s been happening in the federal courts: Pennsylvania woman purchases defective dog collar on Amazon.com. When it breaks, her dog’s retractable leash snaps back and hits her in … Continue reading

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Tidbits from the wonderful world of Amazon

From Harper’s Weekly Review: In Robbinsville, New Jersey, a robot at an Amazon factory accidentally punctured a can of bear repellent, which sent two dozen workers to the emergency room; a nearly identical incident had occurred at a Haslet, Texas, … Continue reading

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Scalia Speaks! From the grave. I respond. From New York

Don’t know if you, like me, are all salivating in anticipation of a new book by Antonin Scalia called Scalia Speaks. But wait, I hear you murmuring. Isn’t Scalia, uh, like, um deceased? Late? Demised? (I’m trying to remember all … Continue reading

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