Then, just when I start really thinking about Google and wondering about all the bad juju I'm reading about them, well -- it's just like my first husband and what I learned later were his "guilt gifts."
Constitute for me. Well, for everyone, of course.
And I'm back dancing around and all happy happy happy with Google again. I'm so easy.
It's not enough that I love Google Scholar. (Though I'm really, really ready for statutes to be included there, too.)
Nope. Now, Google has created a site where I can surf around through various national constitutions, either by country or by topic.
It's fascinating. For example, go search topics for "shari'a" and you'll get three constitutions:
Bahrain 2002, Libya 2011, and Somalia 2012.
Read them. They're not that difficult to read -- they've all been translated into English. (And if you don't know about shari'a law, then rectify that quickly, here.)
Then read ours. The U.S. Constitution. Remember this?
We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America....I love Google for so many things. Its dedication to quality. Its dependability. Its zeal for moving forward and developing new things. And I think I love Google because it exemplifies something that I believe is critical for every human being: a love of learning.