The Game Continues...

There's little I can say about the ending of The Wire that hasn't been said (or won't ruin the show for Sarah, Gwen, and the rest of the TOTN staff still watching it). It's bleak, it's sad, it has moments of hope, and it's ineffably human. It also has the best cast assembled in one place — ever (take that, David Chase). Today, you've got your shot to talk to creator David Simon, and writer Ed Burns, about the ups and downs of Bodymore, Murderland. I'll leave you with my favorite scene from Season Two of the series.

True that.

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Yes, jury nullification of victimless crime law is the only hope for an end to the war on drug users. Fellow citizens, please inform yourself on this subject with a keyword search. You will be amazed at how much power you have as a trial juror.

President Thomas Jefferson in 1789 told Thomas Paine: "I consider trial by jury as the only anchor yet devised by man, by which a government can be held to the principles of its constitution."

Sent by Royton | 9:04 PM | 3-10-2008

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