Sunday, January 17, 2010

Remembering the fourth amendment

The fourth amendment guards us against unreasonable search and seizures. For association purposes we're going to substitute "door" for "four" and use "rye" for those who know the LinkPegPhonetic memory technique in this memory story.

Memory story: You are Jean Valjean from Voltaire's Les Miserables and policemen break down your "door" and they ruffly search you and your house for the loaf of "rye" bread you've pilfered from the local bakery to keep you and your family from starving to death. Off to the galleys you go.

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