From: Matt Rudge (mrudge at domain hcs.ie)
Date: Thu 11 Apr 2002 - 10:10:40 IST
> > Just like a quote from Enemy of the State ...'but who monitors the
> > monitors?' ;)
> That's plagiarism - it's as old as the hills and came I think
> from Juvenal's
> Satires where it is "Sed Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes ?"
> which is Latin
> ('cos I know all you youngsters hav no classical education) and means
> "but who guards the guards themselves ?". I suppose the
> author of "Enemy of
> the State" is reasonably safe from being sued by Juvenal.
Getting further OT by the minute... he could be sued by Monty Python:
"Seemed strange me guarding him, when he's a guard" - Monty Python & The
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