The Passover is fast approaching and the IPKat is taking a few days' much-needed break. He hopes to back on the blog late Monday night or some time on Tuesday. In the meantime, this is a chance for you to
(i) catch up on those blogs you meant to read but never had time to;

Why is this cat different from all other cats ...?

(ii) read over some of those blogs that annoyed or interested you, to see if anyone has posted any comments on them;

(iii) read cases and legal developments for yourself, without having some damn cat telling you what he thinks or, worse, telling you what you ought to think.

If it's relevant, have a pleasant Passover. Till soon ...
BYE FOR A BIT ... BYE FOR A BIT ... Reviewed by Jeremy on Friday, April 22, 2005 Rating: 5

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