Esquire is not a title of nobility, that Esquires is a title of nobility is
a destroyed argument, that has been defeated in many court cases, and there
is no law that prevents ANYONE from useing that title, unless it is used to
dupe someone into beliving they are a lawyer when they are not.
I have a Certyfied copy of a state constitution with the "missing" 13th
No "Sir" Isn't one either.
In a message dated 4/18/00 12:18:10 AM Central Daylight Time,
> I suggest that you check out the "missing 13th Amendment." In brief,
> was a different 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which was
> apparently passed and was on the books of many state governments as the
> Constitution for many decades in the first half of the 19th Century.
> missing 13th would basically have outlawed the bar as it stands.
Well, searching on the term "missing 13th Ammendment", I came up with these
(which are actually the same piece). With respect, this material strikes me
as paranoid hogwash. The plain language and common-sense historical context
seems to indicate that this text was simply an example of anti-monarchical
revolutionary rhetoric, mean-spirited aggression toward loyalists and
anti-British chest-thumping. The interpretation this author puts on the
is right up there with the best "black helicopter, New World Order, secret
troops" type lunacy.
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