Before they spoke French, now they speak Legal. Legal society uses same words, but different definitions.

Interesting that we accept the dictionary has the everyday ‘definition’ of a word and also the ‘Legal Definition’ of the same word. They don’t hide the fact that they are speaking a different language with different definitions of the same words. Not surprising since the rich used to speak French, even in England, while the […]

He battery’d me. Then was placed in a cell. No assault though. Legal definitions differ from everyday definitions.

Odd that the legal society defines as ‘assault’ as just threatening to harm someone, while ‘battery‘ is the infliction of harm. Then the criminal is placed in a ‘cell’. First ‘battery’, then ‘cell’. While our enemy loves to use maritime terms, such as citizen ship and dockyard/doctor, they also like electrical terms. Supposedly knowledge of […]