16 November 2005

Since When is it Not a Crime . . .

. . . to be in cahoots with a criminal?

Hmmm . . . obviously not a Southern law school.


Anonymous said...

Usually cahoots = conspiracy. I think the scenario that the poster outlined would be more in the nature of "creating a public disturbance".

Sadly, tomfoolery will never be on the books.

Anonymous said...

Yeah....the blogger there was completely misusing the word. It's not synonymous with "tomfoolery," which is how he seemed to be defining it.

And Ken, even those of us up here in the North understand that. :-)