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Dr. Frank's What's-it: Comment on California uber Alles
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i just started as a UC employee last year, I never signed anything about limiting boxing matches to 15 rounds.

Posted by Dr Ryan at October 4, 2010 05:50 PM

I started as a UC employee a few month ago and yes, they made us sign the loyalty oath.

Posted by Cody at October 4, 2010 06:11 PM

I do know from looking it up that that section isn't in the State Constitution anymore.

Which is good, since it really never belonged there in the first place.

It also doesn't look like the Constitution of California would run to three volumes, especially hefty ones.

Posted by Sigivald at October 4, 2010 06:39 PM

You're right Sigi, "three hefty volumes" does seem unlikely.

The funny part, to me, is that she actually referenced the document itself. It never occurred to me to read what I was endorsing, though I guess I'd have assumed that it was pretty much all right.

Posted by Dr. Frank at October 4, 2010 07:48 PM

You should never assume, that's how things like Nickleback happen.

Posted by ben at October 4, 2010 08:33 PM

Not sure but I'm psyched to see DK's next week at Irving Plaza.

Posted by Hakker at October 4, 2010 08:52 PM

Considering that Article 4 covers topics "LEGISLATIVE" it is unlikely that it ever covered sports. So either Mitford was making numbers up, or the entire story is apocryphal.

I also had to sign the oath in 1991 or so, and I remember crossing something out -- I think I objected to being required to "defend" the state constitution.

Posted by Nicole R. at October 5, 2010 02:00 AM

very nice thanks

Posted by Jörg at October 5, 2010 03:23 PM
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