Wednesday, February 12, 2014

They Forgot to Include "No Belts" in the Fourth Amendment

But Plato did not:

"If a person wishes to find anything in the house of another, he shall enter naked, or wearing only a short tunic and without a belt, having first taken an oath by the customary Gods that he expects to find it there; he shall then make his search, and the other shall throw open his house and allow him to search things both sealed and unsealed." -- The Laws, Book XII

2 comments:

  1. Now I'm thinking, how do I convince Natalie Portman to search my home.

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    1. Convince her you have her Oscar hidden in your bedroom.

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