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What makes a beach read? Pleasure, says author Jennifer Weiner, and we need more of it

According to usatoday.com, Summer is about pleasure, says author and master of the beach read Jennifer Weiner. We should read more of what pleases us, no matter the genre.

description ["hard-core pornography"], and perhaps I could never succeed in intelligibly doing so. But I know it when I see it, and the motion picture…

description ["hard-core pornography"], and perhaps I could never succeed in intelligibly doing so. But I know it when I see it, and the motion picture…

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According to ecommercetimes.com, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart famously said in his 1964 Order that he could not use words to describe pornography but “I know it when I see it.” Even though judges may not be able to define “social media,” they generally understand the complex circumstances in legal disputes.

According to wsj.com, In a column in the Yale alumni magazine earlier this year, he listed some of the most famous quotations by Yale alumni. Among them was the characterization of pornography by Supreme Court justice…

According to en.wikipedia.org, In effect, “I know it when I see it” can still be paraphrased and unpacked as: “I know it when I see it, and someone else will know it when they see it, but what they see and what they know may or may not be what I see and what I know, and that’s okay.” — William T. Goldberg Contents 1 History 2 Regret 3 See also 4 References 5 External links

According to books.google.com, I Know it when I See it: Pornography, Violence, and Public Sensitivity Author Michael Leach Publisher Westminster Press, 1975 Original from the University of Michigan Digitized Aug 27, 2009 ISBN…

According to ipe.com, I know it when I see it In 1964, Justice Potter Stewart, weighing in on the possible obscenity of the film Les Amants, wrote: “I shall not attempt to define the kinds of material I understand to be embraced within that shorthand description ‘hard-core pornography’. But I know it when I see it.”

According to cbldf.org, The Lovers. Jacobellis v. Ohio (1964) was the case Justice Stewart and his law clerk were hammering away at when they came to their “I know it when I see it” epiphanies. Nico Jacobellis, the defendant in the case, was the manager of an art-house theater in Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Ohio authorities had taken issue with his public exhibition …

According to quotes.yourdictionary.com, Quotes. 20119 of 42574. [I can’t define what is pornography.] “But I know it when I see it.” Potter Stewart, opinion in Jacobellis v. Ohio (1964)

According to medium.com, I know it when I see it. Or read it if you want to be picky. Or maybe it’s an acquired taste, something you have to be trained to learn to like. Gin martinis might be an acquired taste, but in …

According to blogs.library.duke.edu, I can’t define it, but I know it when I see it. October 13, 2009 Kevin Smith, J.D. No, the title, a paraphrase of a famous remark by Justice Potter Stewart, does not refer, in this instance, to pornography, but to non-commercial uses of copyrighted works. One of the persistent criticisms — or perhaps reservations is the correct word …

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