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U.S. federal appeals court judge references FOTR in decision.

N.E. Brigand

Jun 10, 11:04pm

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U.S. federal appeals court judge references FOTR in decision. Can't Post

One observer refers to the decision, much of which rests on how to interpret the numerator in a fraction, as "a dense and technical (but important!) Medicare opinion." I link to the decision in Forrest General Hospital v. Alex M. Azar II here, but I ask that you please don't comment on it, so as to avoid touching on TORN's politics prohibition (even though this is pretty dry material that, at a quick skim, appears to mention no names in the political news).

Judge Don R. Willett, opining for the panel, writes on p. 4: "One does not simply receive federal funding".

And then he footnotes to this: "THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING (New Line Cinema 2001) ('One does not simply walk into Mordor.')."

Treachery, treachery I fear; treachery of that miserable creature.

But so it must be. Let us remember that a traitor may betray himself and do good that he does not intend.

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Paulo Gabriel

Jun 11, 9:55am

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Simply awesome...


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