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Tribbles caught the Klingon spy- how patriotic
Tribbles ? Is that a novel? sounds nice.

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I agree with Nova. I love studying law, but as a law student, TV shows about lawyers are mostly unbearable. It's the same when I watch movies about the Marine Corps. I can't sit there without noticing every little thing that the actors do wrong like when the officer salutes the enlisted man instead of the other way around, or when the private talks back to a captain. This does not happen in real life. Ever. TV makes being an attorney appear glamorous, but in my experience, most attorneys are rather ordinary, if bright, people.
yeah  I agree with you on that

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seriously, law school students have time to watch leagal series like Boston Leagal?

may I know how many of you like learn about law stuff in this way??

thx;)

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you not get it either, numbnuts.   this really your best topic, cupcake?
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ummm the reason why I didn't get it is because I'm not native English speaker. !@#$%^

I'm interested in why you call me cupcake?? That is a kind of cake too sweet... and it is called fairy cake in England.

At last , I don't want this to be my best topic, that make no sense. I want to communicate with people here and I find it kind of interesting =]

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I'm wirriting a paper on should government astrict constitutional basic rights when there is a big activity( for example, London will hold the Olympic games next year) ?

Their constitutional rights won't be affected, in all likelihood.


1. Do the police have the right to define high-risk people ?

Why wouldn't they?



1.Don't you think if the police define who should be high-risk people, there would a possibility that some people who are innoccent would be terrified by the police(because the police would do some actions to them  ) or they would be discriminated by other people who are not high-risk people.

2.You said "their rights won't be affected", what do you think is the most factor in insuring it?

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julie simply told you you incorrect about what julie mean.  deal with it.

pardon me , what are you arguing about? seems like you Julie don't think fortook  asking what school do I go to is not a good idea and then you two get involved in a discussion??

 ;D haha


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Thanks for your suggestion =]

I finished my paper.

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Hello everyone!

I'm wirriting a paper on should government astrict constitutional basic rights when there is a big activity( for example, London will hold the Olympic games next year) ?

So I  hope I could discuss this issue with you here.

I have finished my paper=] so here is my opinion:
BACKGROUND:
1.In China , there are 8 million people are marked to be high-risck people by the police and they had to leave to another city (not been forced to ) because some of them are afraid of being arrested.
2.the government think they have not done anything which is compellent to make them leave so it doesn't have responsibility.
DISCUSSION:
1. Do the police have the right to define high-risk people ?
2.Defining who belongs to high-risk people and form a threaten to them is the only way to make sure the security of public activity like the Olympics?
3.
I used the constitutional principle of reservation and  the principle of proportionality  to explain my opinion. any other opinions?

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