Carbonized Fossil, Vol. 16

Retro-style “Diamonds and Coal” from The Herald’s issue on September 29, 2000:

A diamond to Judith Rosin, the president of Penn, for telling Metallica and Dr. Dre she wouldn’t ban Napster at her college because it went against the University’s educational mission by infringing on the students’ “freedom of inquiry and expression.” Damn straight! Getting free music is really just an ancillary benefit to the free inquiry we enjoy with this fine educational tool.

Can’t get enough D&C? Read slightly more current incarnations in today’s Herald, or submit your own at www.DiamondsandCoal.com!

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