03-25-2004 03:54 PM - edited 03-25-2004 03:54 PM
i know what it means i just cant remember how to spell it,
there was a writ of hab. Cor. of 1679 in england......... and you are right it is latin, the majority of legal terms are latin..............
when i said i dont know what it means...... i was refering to to "do you really want to feel him?"
Message Edited by goz on 03-25-2004 03:55 PM
03-25-2004 03:57 PM
Sorry about that. I misunderstood your post .
Just in case it was not clear before, I think it is funny in a less than PC way if you get my meaning.
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The words to the song were written and performed on the fly (I think) by one of the creators (I won't say which one) so its very likely that in the magic of the moment a few non-compatable phrasings were paired together
And to beat that horse a tad more: habeas corpus, produce the body... in a murder case, if you can't provide the body to prove the person is dead, then the accused cannot be charged with murder... unless you can otherwise prove beyond a shadow of a doubt with other hard evidence that the person has to be dead... like finding enough spilt blood to indicate the victim lost more than enough to be fatal, even in the absence of a body.
Basically I think it broadly means that you cannot convict a person on heresay or circumstancial evidence alone... but I'm no lawyer, I just animate one on T.V. P.S. Welcome back Goz, I haven't seen you around here recently... was beginning to think you went all "mod" on me!
Message Edited by Yermamma on 03-25-2004 06:07 PM
03-25-2004 06:07 PM
I was way off. Its Goz's fault anyway, he made me do it, you saw him.
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03-27-2004 02:07 AM - edited 03-27-2004 02:07 AM
Message Edited by goz on 03-27-2004 02:10 AM
03-27-2004 12:51 PM
Goz, is the "Stephen Colbert" from the Birdman the same guy that's on the Daily Show?
I've always wondered, and I am sorry if someone else already asked this.
Yep, you cannot deny the stupidicity of my posts.
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Kevin: Oh right! I guess I should start with the Greatest Hits?! Bruce: Hey! Greatest Hits are for housewives and little girls!
03-27-2004 02:45 PM
yup, sho enough, the one and teh same............
ok i did not realize today was saturday............. so............... to stir a little hype for the birdman on sunday............. its time for some HB trivia..........
the original titel for this episode was "The Sopranostones"
the opening sequence is a parody of the soprano's.............
this is the first episode to use a titular line
Micheal Mckean is back to voice Spyro
you can see Captain caveman at the bar.....
03-28-2004 02:14 AM
Ah, that's nothing.
I could have did that. . .if I wanted to.
*holds head down in shame*
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03-28-2004 02:26 AM
I don't know anything.
*holds head down in shame again*
I wish I did though. . .that way I could be all cool and tell people stuff. The only things I know are the obvious ones like the thing with the horses' heads.
03-28-2004 02:33 AM - edited 03-28-2004 02:33 AM
Message Edited by goz on 03-28-2004 02:35 AM
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03-28-2004 02:38 AM
Some Dabba Don Trivia:
1) Who is the right hand man for the Don? The messenger if you will? *and whats "off" about him?*
2) What Hollywood actress does Fred think he is near the end? *my favorite quick gag in the episode*
3) What is your favorite color?
03-28-2004 02:42 AM
I do not know the first one, but I will take a stab at the other two.
I am. . no, Who is Anne Heche?
3) This just a guess, but aqaumarine.
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