Today in law: I think I will be able to be sent to jail for walking, by the letter of the law.

In particular, I will probably have to sign a contract giving the supervillain the perfectly lovely and completely reasonable entity that is coming between me, the person who hired me, and the people who gave the hirer said money and authorization to spend it ownership over all copyrightable work I produce. Copyrightable work is automatically copyrighted, so editing and reproduction of that work without authorization of the rights-holder is illegal. Human gaits are extremely distinctive, so walking is likely to involve reproduction of my gait in prior moments. If I ever walk in a fashion that is imaginably copyrightable (that is, in some way original to me), then I will never be able to walk that way again. Given the uniqueness of the human gait, this applies to every moment I walk.

Now, there is a strong argument that there exists prior art of me walking, but, given that the penalty for violation is potentially a prison sentence, it is easy to imagine my being sent to jail over the matter.


Hello!!💕 Here’s the other side of one of my notes. Usually, I take pictures of the front side bc of the title ahah but I want to show you the other side so here you go! As you can see, the mildliner&watercolor&brushpens I used on the front side doesn’t really show. I’m using Kokuyo loose leaf and they’re super great!!
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Robert Doggart won’t face terrorism charges for plotting to burn down a NY mosque

  • Robert Doggart, 65, was arrested for plotting to attack and burn down a mosque, school and cafeteria in a predominant Muslim community in upstate New York in April 2015.
  • On Tuesday, less than one year since his arrest, the New York Daily News reported that Doggart won’t face terrorism charges for his plot. 
  • Doggart faces “one count of solicitation to commit arson, one count of solicitation to commit a civil rights violation and two counts of threat in interstate commerce.”
  • Why won’t he face terrorism charges? The United States does not have a federal statute on domestic terrorism. 
  • According to Rafia Zakaria, a human rights attorney, federal statutes on terrorism are — ironically — designed in language to deliberately criminalize foreign suspects.
  • The U.S. federal law statute on terrorism almost entirely targets individuals with foreign ties or alliances. Read more (2/14/17 3:27 PM)

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Bujo things 🌞🌾 I have been busy at work but I have also managed to get a lot of personal admin done ✔️ I have made steps toward joining a running club and I have tidied my whole house 🙌🏼 But after getting mugged a few weeks ago I am still dealing with the admin of replacing the contents in my bag which seems like it’s never ending 😓

Heyyoo!! Been super busy everyday bc this semester is crazy haha. Anyways, I’m thinking of using white background from now on, but I’m hesitant lol. I feel like white backgrounds make pictures looks prettier? What do you think? ヽ(;▽;)ノ
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Good afternoon!! So glad it’s fridayy hahahヽ(;▽;)ノ also, I’ve been getting some nice messages here, thank you so much!!❤️ have a lovely day🌸✨

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