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Date: Fri, 1 Dec 2006 12:45:39 -0500
From: "Dude VanWinkle" <>
To: "Randal L. Schwartz" <>
Cc: Full-Disclosure mailing list <>
Subject: Re: Nmap Online

On 01 Dec 2006 09:36:58 -0800, Randal L. Schwartz <> wrote:
> >>>>> "Dude" == Dude VanWinkle <> writes:
> Dude> On 01 Dec 2006 08:54:23 -0800, Randal L. Schwartz <> wrote:
> >>
> >> If there's caselaw in Georgia, that's useful for Georgia, but
> >> certainly isn't referencable in the 49 other states.
> Dude> actually, it is. it is called legal precedence
> It wasn't clear from your posting that you were talking about a federal case.

well try reading the material I reference before saying that anyone
who listens to me is a fool next time plz.

> In that case, yes, it's caselaw.  However, if it was just Georgia state law,
> that would *not* create case law for any other state.
> By the way, "caselaw" and "legal precedent" are the same.

thanks for the info, i learned something new today, which makes it a good day.

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