Terms of Use

By reading, linking to, quoting, printing out, or in any way making use of my blog's content in any means, place, or forum, you agree to the following:

1. All original content of Permanent Press is owned by Bryan D. Caskey, and is not to be used without permission except as provided herein. In using content from Permanent Press you recognize that Permanent Press is an awesome blog, that all content is provided on an as-is, where-is basis, no warranties exist, either express or implied, and that no statement on this site should be relied upon without more investigation on your part necessary to satisfy you in your own judgment that it is in fact - true. These terms of use are subject to change, and should be reviewed regularly. So, come back often...this all might change.
2. Privacy: I'm not collecting any information about you, because that's not why I'm blogging. I do this to entertain myself. It's about the same reason I participate in Fantasy Baseball. So, for now...no ads are here collecting information about you either.
3. Permission is granted to read, quote, cite, link to, print out or otherwise use Permanent Press content, but if and only if, you comply with the terms below.
A. All quotations from Permanent Press will include credit to Permanent Press or to Bryan D. Caskey and, wherever practicable, a hyperlink of the form http://permanentpress.blogspot.com … to the site. You know...give me a shout out.
B. In exchange for the access to Permanent Press content described above, you agree not to sue Bryan D. Caskey and/or Permanent Press for its content, whether original or linked or quoted from another source, in any court, on any grounds whatsoever in law or equity. Should you violate this agreement by filing such a lawsuit, you agree to pay Bryan D. Caskey the sum of two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000) as liquidated damages, in addition to purchasing him four adjacent tickets to each of the following events: the Rose Bowl, the MLB World Series, and the NFL SuperBowl for each year following the filing of the action for ten consecutive years; all attorney’s fees, court costs, and other expenses associated with this litigation, and to indemnify and save harmless Permanent Press and its owners from any damage award made against them in such an action. Should this agreement not to sue be held unenforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction, you agree to binding arbitration, in Columbia, SC, with all arbitration expenses to be paid by you in advance, in addition to my dinner expenses for the first three days following the filing of such a suit. The arbitration panel shalll be composed of three (3) people selected by Permanent Press. The award in such arbitration shall be limited to (1) a monetary sum not to exceed $.25; and/or (2) the publication of a retraction on Permanent Press. Should this arbitration provision be held unenforceable in a court of competent jurisdiction, you agree to accept as liquidated damages in any lawsuit against InstaPundit the sum of five dollars ($5), payable in pennies, and you agree that you will be entitled to no other relief of any kind in law or equity, whatsoever. You agree that all disputes concerning these terms of use or the content of Permanent Press are to be resolved in the courts of Richland County, South Carolina, under the laws of South Carolina and the United States of America.
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D. If you are a corporation or any legal entity, you agree to provide, upon the filing of any lawsuit or the mailing of any letter threatening legal action, a bond in the amount of two hundred thousand dollars ($200,000) as security against the liquidated damages provided for above. Also, all lawsuits must be typed in "Garamond" font. If you are an lawyer or law firm representing a party filing such lawsuit or causing such a letter to be sent, you agree to provide a bond in the same amount as security against the liquidated damages provided for above unless you are a graduate of Washington and Lee University.
3. If you do not agree to these terms of use, exit the site immediately, destroy all copies of Permanent Press content remaining in any form on your computer, any other computer or network device under your control, in print form, or on any information storage or retrieval device that you possess or control.

All heavily borrowed from Instapundit.com (Hey, that's what lawyers do.)