Sunday, April 30, 2006


Apparently the "Smithy Code" which was embedded by Judge Smith in The Da Vinci Code ruling has been cracked, by a lawyer, not a cryptographer.

Practicing law in England seems like so much more fun, what with the wigs and weird messages about obscure military figures encoded in rulings. Not to mention the lawyers ability to disregard billable requirements (at the end of a month no less) in order to crack the Smithy Code.

Now instead of studying I can sit around all day and ponder what U.S. Supreme Court Justices would encode in a ruling. I think we can all agree Scalia would go with a dead baby joke, a la-

What's the difference between a pile of bowling balls and a pile of dead babies?

You can't move a pile of bowling balls with a pitchfork.
I'm going to hell.

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