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    Many a crown of wisdom is but the golden champerpot of success worn with pompous dignity.

    A large department store here had a sign in its jewellery section:
    "EARS PIERCED: - WHILE YOU WAIT"
    Like, what's the alternative? Leave your ears and collect them next Thursday?
    There is a nice pair of signs in Crown St, Sydney (look for them if you come for the 2000 Olympics), which are two awning type signs which hang out over the footpath.
    One is for a funeral parlour, the other is for a chicken processing factory next door.
    If you walk up Crown Street, from a distance you can see the funeral parlour sign and below it the bottom of the chicken factory sign.
    From that point, they appear to be one sign which reads
    VALUE FUNERALS
    Freshly killed daily on our premises

    The Court of King George IIILondon, EnglandJuly 10, 1776Mr. Thomas Jeffersonc/o The Continental CongressPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaDear Mr. Jefferson: We have read your "Declaration of Independence" with great interest. Certainly, it represents a considerable undertaking, and many of your statements do merit serious consideration. Unfortunately, the Declaration as a whole fails to meet recently adopted specifications for proposals to the Crown, so we must return the document to you for further refinement. The questions which follow might assist you in your process of revision: 1. In your opening paragraph you use the phrase "the Laws of Nature and Nature's God." What are these laws? In what way are they the criteria on which you base your central arguments? Please document with citations from the recent literature. 2. In the same paragraph you refer to the "opinions of mankind." Whose polling data are you using? Without specific evidence, it seems to us more...

    I found this on a gopher, hence do not know the author's name.
    The Court of King George III
    London, England
    July 10, 1776
    Mr. Thomas Jefferson
    c/o The Continental Congress
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    Dear Mr. Jefferson:
    We have read your "Declaration of Independence" with great interest. Certainly, it represents a considerable undertaking, and many of your statements do merit serious consideration. Unfortunately, the Declaration as a whole fails to meet recently adopted specifications for proposals to the Crown, so we must return the document to you for further refinement.
    The questions which follow might assist you in your process of revision:
    In your opening paragraph you use the phrase "the Laws of Nature and Nature's God." What are these laws? In what way are they the criteria on which you base your central arguments? Please document with citations from the recent literature.
    In the same paragraph you refer to the more...

    The Court of King George III London, England

    July 10, 1776

    Mr. Thomas Jefferson
    c/o The Continental Congress Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Dear Mr. Jefferson,

    We have read your "Declaration of Independence" with great interest. Certainly, it represents a considerable undertaking, and many of your statements do merit serious consideration. Unfortunately, the Declaration as a whole fails to meet recently adopted specifications for proposals to the Crown, so we must return the document to you for further refinement. The questions which follow might assist you in your process of revision:

    1. In your opening paragraph you use the phrase the "Laws of Nature and Nature`s God." What are these laws? In what way are they the criteria on which you base your central arguments? Please document with citations from the recent literature.

    2. In the same paragraph you refer to the "opinions of mankind." more...

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