Inauguration Day

The Federal Circuit and Supreme Court are both closed today.  Although inauguration day is not a nationwide federal holiday, it is a holiday for non-essential federal employees who work in the Washington DC Area.

Congratulations to President Biden! We’ve got some work to do.


12 thoughts on “Inauguration Day

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    The best part of this patent is the CPC classification:

    A63F3/00138 – Board games concerning voting, political, or legal subjects

    Talk about on-point classification! Can the CPC scheme creators spend a little less time on board games, and a bit more on computer applications, maybe?

      1. 2.1.1

        Meh, probably facebook this time. Google is more concerned with the anti-trust case right now.


          Anti-trust will go away under Biden. He is beholden to Google. Either way, patents are dead…again.


            We should take bets on the phony anti-trust ‘consent’ order that google will write on its own behalf – to settle the anti-trust case. Mandatory banning of ‘hate speech’ or some other sick joke.

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    That 4, 012,045 patent “Jurisprudence” board game looks like fun. But I do not see it having, like a “Monopoly” game does, a “Go To Jail” landing spot for attorneys? With what we have been seeing these days there should be one for that, and another for disbarments.

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      “other variations contemplated by the present invention include provision for oneor more “interrogation by police” areas 48 on the game board 10. When a possessor of a Fifth Amendment card 46 lands on such interrogation by police area 48, that participant is entitled to receive a juror 26e from the “Government” and may leave such interrogation by police area 48 on his next turn. However, in certain other alternative embodiments of the present invention a non-possessor of a Fifth Amendment card 46 may not leave the interrogation by police area 48 until a specified number of turns or until random means 16 indicates a certain specified result on that participant’s turn, such as the rolling of “doubles” where dice are used.

      1. 1.3.1

        Taking the 5th is not an option in a bar disciplinary proceeding, and not very effective in a civil case.

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