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Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Limerick of the Week

I skipped a week so that I could focus on grading.  Then, I got behind due to weather delays that kept me stranded in Boise, Idaho for three days.  Actually, it's quite a pleasant place to be stranded.

In any case, to make up for the unintended hiatus, I offer a Limerick two-fer, representing the majority and dissenting opinions respectively in Borelli v. Brusseau:

Is only the one in the blouse
Expected to care for her spouse?
No, the same law applies
To the gals and the guys
Who must care for their partners in-house.

Is only the one in the blouse
Expected to care for her spouse?
Love, Honor, Cherish
And clean bed-pans -- that's marriage!
A housewife's still wed to a house.

[Jeremy Telman]

Happy Holidays!

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