Interesting searches since Thursday:
Is Iraq an unjust war?
No, Iraq is a country.
in the what states is it illegal for gay people to get marriage
It would be much easier to ask which states allow it. I don't think there's likely to be a website out there listing all 49 states that don't allow it separately when they can just say that Massachusetts is the only state that does allow it.
Autobiography of dust in the wind
So is Kerry Livgren's song writing a biography about itself, or is the dust that it's about writing its own life story?
scalia thinks women are property
You've got to wonder about why people like this don't get deterred by the obvious lack of influence wishful thinking has on what search engines will turn up. Anyone who searches for something like that deserves what they'll get if they turn up my blog. As it happens, this search turned up my reference to Scalia's claim that orgies can be beneficial to society.
On to the roundup:
At the Volokh Conspiracy: Funny lines, literally true but so misleading...
Jollyblogger gives us an inside look at how he prepares a sermon.
If you have a history of frivolous lawsuits against fast food places, don't go accusing a fast food joint of putting a human finger in your chili. Whatever you might be guilty of in terms of fraud pales in comparison to what you must have done to get the finger to set the fraud up.
Laurence Thomas gives cell phone use as an example of convenience without self-control, a trend toward unacknowledgement of others' humanity, the development of moral numbness, and the beginnings of the pathway to social death.
Also, his post on romantic love and belief in God raises an interesting question. Aren't most of the arguments against believing in God just as good at arguing against believing in romantic love?