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January 17, 2013


N.J. appeals court says man in gun case can't argue he was unaware of his criminal past

(Thanks to Barbara A)


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Maybe they could hear his argument if he got out of the case.

The old "I forgot" defense seldom works.

@nc - and yet my kids try to use it just about every day.

Well, that's - whatever "that" is - my story and I'm sticking to it - whatever "it" is.

I think. Right? Yeah. OK, maybe .....

There are parts of the mid- to late-1960s that are really foggy.

I remember going to a peace rally and being one of the few who provided my real name. I was about 4.

Hey, I can't remember where I left my keys.

*goes to search for geezer bus*

There are things in my past that are growing dim. Like what did I do yesterday.

I remember watching Jay Leno when he had Dennis Hopper on. Jay asked him to recount his escapades running around Vegas with Elvis. He looked at Jay and said solemnly, "I don't remember any of it..". Apparently hes was in a drug/booze stupor and his brain never took it in. He then told everyone watching to not do drugs. Amazing.

We're about to find out if President Obama reads this blog.

Huh? Dave wrote a book? I forgot.

How did he get inside the gun case in the first place. Isn't that pretty tight?

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