...I would vote not guilty by reason of suckage.
"Not Guilty By Reason Of Suckage". Ah, yes. This was an ancient plea at English common law which William the Conqueror brought with him from France (which accounts for its pronunciation of soo-kazjh
). Suckage was recognized in the somewhat less weii known Minor Carta signed by King Waldo The Dim, but unaccountably fell out of favor and use. It is thought that when the Black Death ravaged as much as 50% of the British populace, the learned classes were so devastated that few were left who understood the term, and so it passed into the mists of time. Today it exists only in a little-known codicil in the Faber College constitution.
*edit* Just happened to tune into Art Bell Stream, and it's a '99 interview of nanotechnologist and futurist Charles Ostman. And it struck me like a hammer that I simply could not conceive of George doing an interview like this. It's pretty high level of discussion and Art holds his own. George on the other hand would be limited to asking Ostman who his favorite character was in Fantastic Voyage
, the 60's movie about the minaturized vehicle injected into the President's bloodstream. "Hey, that Raquel Welch was something wasn't she? Wow. West of The Rockies, hello!" Sad.