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Syllabus Appellant was convicted of violating that part of Cal. [p16] Appellant Paul Robert Cohen was convicted in the Los Angeles Municipal Court of violating that part of California Penal Code § 415 which prohibits "maliciously and willfully disturb[ing] the peace or quiet of any neighborhood or person . Because that is the only arguably sustainable rationale for the conviction here at issue, the judgment below must be [p27] The statute provides in full: Every person who maliciously and willfully disturbs the peace or quiet of any neighborhood or person, by loud or unusual noise, or by tumultuous or offensive conduct, or threatening, traducing, quarreling, challenging to fight, or fighting, or who, on the public streets of any unincorporated town, or upon the public highways in such unincorporated town, run any horse race, either for a wager or for amusement, or fire any gun or pistol in such unincorporated town, or use any vulgar, profane, or indecent language within the presence or hearing of women or children, in a loud and boisterous manner, is guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction by any Court of competent jurisdiction shall be punished by fine not exceeding two hundred dollars, or by imprisonment in the County Jail for not more than ninety days, or by both fine and imprisonment, or either, at the discretion of the Court. be guilty of disturbing the peace through "offensive" conduct [within the meaning of § 415] if, by his actions, he willfully and maliciously incites others to violence or engages in conduct likely to incite others to violence.
Because it is not so patently clear that acceptance of the justification presently under consideration would render the statute overbroad or unconstitutionally vague, and be cause the answer to appellee's argument seems quite clear, we do not pass on the contention that this claim is not presented on this record. JUSTICE BLACKMUN, with whom THE CHIEF JUSTICE and MR.
Paul Ford, once again, has written up something fascinating.
He discusses something I had no idea happened: when an i Phone user texts with another i Phone user using i Message, the outgoing texts appear in calm blue bubbles.
There is one slight functional reason for this: users may have to pay for SMS messages, but not for i Messages, and thus it could have an impact on a bill.
But here's the more interesting tidbit, which is the crux of Ford's article: lots of people absolutely hate those green bubbles.