Thursday, April 27, 2006

Bold New Precedent

I thought that after the ruling, we would be done with the Da Vinci Code copyright madness. I was wrong. It turns out that the judge in the case included a code of his own in the text of his 71 page decision.

I wonder if this will set a precedent. Will future judges include naked pictures of themselves in pornography trials? Or maybe during the next lawsuit alleging stolen music, the judge could sing the decision to the court.

This opens up a whole new exciting world for judicial decisions. Say goodbye to verbose and boring legal texts. Now, they must be metaphors for the case at hand!