Back in November 2002, a bunch of us went camping in a cabin in the woods. Around midnight, we were sitting around the fire, talking. The subject of crime came up, specifically the statute of limitations.
Scott: I think the statute of limitations doesn’t apply only in cases of murder and rape.
Denise: That’s right.
Scott: What about terrorism? Is there no statute of limitations on that?
Paul: Well, usually terrorism includes murder.
Jans: If there’s no murder, then it’s just scaryism.
Posted on November 23rd, 2005 by Scott Granneman
Filed under: overheard