Doug Linder
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"Douglas O. Linder" is the creator of the Famous Trials website, which covers over fifty famous trials throughout history and, with Nancy Levit, has coauthored The Happy Lawyer and The Good Lawyer. He is a professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law He attended undergraduate at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minnesota, before graduating from Stanford Law School. In 1996 and developed two casebook websites, Exploring Constitutional Law and Exploring First Amendment Law.

Linder was interviewed by CNN about the legacy of the Scopes Trial.

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Doom was probably the worst movie I've seen in many years, but it wasn't just because it had terrible acting or lame plot. All I wanted was for Doom to have lots of monsters getting blown away by shotguns, and it sucked because it didn't have that.

Hitchhiker was a fantastic film compared to the usual Hollywood focus-grouped, script-doctored BS. But the problem was that it had to live up to the expectation of being a holy icon worshiped by millions of geeks [and it fell short].