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Welcome to Charlie Buttrey's blog. Explore Charlie's insights on current legal issues and concerns and how they relate to our world... as well as, other subjects that have caught his eye and interest.

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  1. April 19, 2019 After the tragedy of September 11, 2001, the New York Yankees thought it would be a nifty idea to have the crowd sing “God Bless America” during the 7th inning stretch of every home game. That tradition continues. Despite the fact that (1) the song itself is totally lame (“Love” and “above”?...

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  2. April 18, 2019 Regular readers of this blog may recall (if I mentioned it) that I turned 60 years old a couple of weeks ago. I mention this only because today I came across a New Hampshire statute that makes it a crime to neglect an elderly person. No problem there. The problem? An elderly...

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  3. April 17, 2019 If you’ve ever wondered why it’s always “tick-tock” and not “tock-tick,” or “King Kong” and not “Kong King” or, for that matter, why there might be little green men on Mars, but not green little men, wonder no more. The BBC has the answer. According to this article, it all comes down...

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  4. April 16, 2019 As I watched the tragic footage of Paris’s Notre Dame Cathedral engulfed in flames, I hearkened back to my visit to Paris two or three years ago.  I didn’t go into the cathedral. I went under it. Beneath Notre Dame is an archaeological crypt dating back to Roman times, which was only...

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  5. April 15, 2019 I happen to love going to the Saratoga Racetrack in August. It is the oldest sporting venue in the country, and the meet attracts some of the country’s best thoroughbreds in a colorful and festive atmosphere that is unlike any other in sports. And, yes, there’s the gambling thing, too.  The problem,...

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