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  1. Michael says

    Aaand dear Lousiana got *her* law from the Romans, so there’s that. (And Puerto Rico, too.)

  2. Bron says

    Wales now a part of “Merrie Olde England” apparently….. though I suppose its kinda fair as the time period you are talking about we were broadly one entity for most of it at least.

    Though I love the face you put on Wengland.

  3. Bob Loblaw says

    And now bills were passed, not only for national objects but for individual cases, and laws were most numerous when the commonwealth was most corrupt. Book III, 27. (Wikiquote)

    • Just remember the word “corrupt” here doesn’t mean bribery and such, as we use it these days, but more general dysfunction and brokenness. Like a corrupted hard drive.

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