Time: Mon Dec 15 08:22:17 1997
To: repub-d@u.washington.edu
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: "Berkeley city council"
Cc: Stoos@msn.com
Bcc: sls

  [This is #2 for me, today.]
  [Is anybody else counting?]

But, there was no fine, if you 
had previously purchased a license
for same, correct?

The $500 fine was to re-imburse the
campus accelerator for the loss
of fissionable plutonium, acquired
with funds derived from said licenses.

I can't help it:  I have "lawyer-speak"
in my veins now, having struggled so
long to understand, and master it.

Chico State -- Masters of the Universe.

/s/ Paul Mitchell,
Candidate for Congress

At 06:26 AM 12/15/97 -0800, you wrote:
>You guys are participating in revisionist history...the Davis ordinance only
>dealt with possession of a nuclear devise.  It was only Chico that had the
>guts to place the tough $500 fine on anyone who actually detonated one.
>John E. Stoos
>Conservative Opportunties
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Frank Ernest <fjernest@thepoint.net>
>To: New Republican Discussion List <repub-d@u.washington.edu>
>Date: Monday, December 15, 1997 4:33 AM
>Subject: Re: "Berkeley city council"
>>At 11:14 AM 12/14/97 -0800, you wrote:
>>>>>Davis, Ca. now has a city ordinance prohibiting the detonation of
>>>>>nuclear devices within the city limits. This is punishable by six months
>>>>>and/or a five hundred dollar fine.
>>>>Payable to whom?
>>>Surely you jest, wishing me to inject such antiquated notions as logic,
>>>common sense, and accountability into a liberal philosophy.
>>> Gary L. Tyler
>>>                          (gtyler@castles.com)
>>>                  (http://vader.castles.com/gtyler/)
>>Additions to list of oxymorons:
>>Honest Democrat
>>Liberal philosophy
>>Frank Ernest
>>A Traditional Astrologer
>>Horary and Mundane Astrology

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