. . . and the Law [of] Lost


Hey! You!

Have you ever wondered what the multi-platform narrative of Lost has to say about the constitutionality of government censorship of broadcast content?

Have you been dying to see a scholarly legal discussion of SNL's "Dick in a Box"?

Do you have a few minutes to spare to read a five-page article written by a guy you might know?

Is the computer you're using right now equipped to handle Adobe PDF documents?

If the answer to any, all, or none of these questions is "Yeah, I guess," click here and enbetter your life.


Wow, loved that. That made so much sense, very gratifying to read. Last few paragraphs were my favorite.

(I wonder if that wouldn't be 'embetter'? I'm pretty sure it's 'embiggen', so...)

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