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Judge to “DaVinci” lawyers: Crack me if you can…

About the only truly interesting revelation to come out of the Dan Brown “DaVinci Code” plagiarism lawsuit is the news today that the judge who heard the case planted his own code into the judgement.

Per the AP,

“The chat in the legal community is that not one billable hour has been done today,” lawyer Mark Stephens said Thursday, speaking on his cell phone from the back of a black cab. “Life in London has ground to a halt because everyone – barristers, solicitors, partners, managing partners, legal secretaries – is working on deciphering it.”

But then, it turned out it wasn’t so interesting after all.

Us?

We can barely handle Sudoku.

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