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June 28, 2004

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Comments

Hook Heath

Awesome collection, such a cool set you have represented here. This page was very informative and I enjoyed a lot by reading it. It’s good to see such new and knowledgeable content to the subject. Thanks for sharing your views with us… Keep it up

Lea Imbuido

We love Judge Alex and can't get enough of the show.
Keep up the good work.

Pax,
Lea

TheConstitutionalists

How do you start a topic blog?

bery

both honest persons...
www.halleberryweb.com

I just think this Kozinski dude was knocked off the teat a little too early

veggiegrrrl

kozinski is the hottest MAN in the USA!!

Steve

I was just reminded of why Judge Kozinksi is my favorite judge.

Russel Trust

Get a Life!

Someone should tell that jerk Kozinksi that requiring your clerks to work until 1 am every night is NOT sexy!

casd

um...NO WAY!!! I do not believe it. NO WAY!

Amicus

Excellent! Wonderful to see this upstart blog is starting to attract a crowd (and a distinguished one, at that).

Mr. P

Hilarious. (Both of you.)

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