7/4/20 Gil's LotD: Spaghettieis Spaghettieis is a German ice cream dish made to look like a plate of spaghetti.

2/20/13 Gil's LotD: Babysitting co-op This babysitting co-op makes for an excellent example of how monetary and fiscal policy work.

11/16/12 Gil's LotD: Knitta Please Knitta Please is a group of knitting graffiti artists.

8/4/12 Gil's LotD: In rem jurisdiction In rem jurisdiction is the power a court has over property when the property itself is responsible.

1/12/12 Gil's LotD: Peppercorn A peppercorn is a token cost put into a contract to obscure the actual amount of consideration given.

11/25/11 Gil's LotD: Green flash You can see a tiny bit of green light when the sun sets. Wikipedia has some pictures.

11/19/11 Gil's LotD: Tax dodging The Double Irish Arrangement is a way for companies to avoid U.S. income tax on foreign income.

11/7/11 Gil's LotD: Feist v. Rural Feist v. Rural established that copyrights require some creativity.

11/2/11 Gil's LotD crap: Naked News This seems to be a business idea a lot of people have but nobody can make work. Jon Stewart should get on it.


10/26/11 Gil's LotD: Nestorian Stele The Nestorian Stele records the ancient history of Christianity in China. It was buried in 845.


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