King Crimson In The Court Of The Crimson King


Some Boobies choose between the ‘Crimson King’ and the ‘Fire Witch’ … in my humble opinion I say that either way they intentionally Expose themselves to Damage, Dangers and Misfortune which, if suffered by Consent, is NOT a Cause of Action since Ignorance or Deliberate Indifference is not an excuse!

No one is bound to expose himself to misfortune and dangers {Nemo tenetur seipsum infortuniis et periculis exponere};

Let him who wishes to be deceived, be deceived {Qui vult decipi, decipiatur; De Gex, M. & G. Ch. 687, 710; Shepherd’s, Touchstone 56};

No one is considered deceiving those who know and consent {Nemo videtur fraudare eos qui sciunt, et consentiunt; Dig. 20. 17. 145};

Damage suffered by consent is not a cause of action {Volenti non fit injuria};

Ignorance of those things which one is bound to know excuses not {Ignorantia eorum quæ quis scire tenetur non excusat}; Ignorance of the law is no excuse {Ignorantia juris non excusat}; Ignorance, or want of skill, is considered a negligence, for which one who professes skill is responsible {Imperitia culpæ annumeratur; Dig. 50, 17, 132; 1 Bouv. Inst. n. 1004}; The thing speaks for itself {Res ipsa loquitur}; and that class of authority, infra:

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  1. Some Boobies choose between the ‘Crimson King’ and the ‘Fire Witch’ … in my humble opinion I say that either way they intentionally Expose themselves to Damage, Dangers and Misfortune which, if suffered by Consent, is NOT a Cause of Action since Ignorance or Deliberate Indifference is not an excuse!

    Consent makes the law {Consensus facit legem};

    No one is bound to expose himself to misfortune and dangers {Nemo tenetur seipsum infortuniis et periculis exponere};

    Let him who wishes to be deceived, be deceived {Qui vult decipi, decipiatur; De Gex, M. & G. Ch. 687, 710; Shepherd’s, Touchstone 56};

    No one is considered deceiving those who know and consent {Nemo videtur fraudare eos qui sciunt, et consentiunt; Dig. 20. 17. 145};

    Damage suffered by consent is not a cause of action {Volenti non fit injuria};

    Ignorance of those things which one is bound to know excuses not {Ignorantia eorum quæ quis scire tenetur non excusat}; Ignorance of the law is no excuse {Ignorantia juris non excusat}; Ignorance, or want of skill, is considered a negligence, for which one who professes skill is responsible {Imperitia culpæ annumeratur; Dig. 50, 17, 132; 1 Bouv. Inst. n. 1004}; The thing speaks for itself {Res ipsa loquitur}; and that class of authority, infra:

    King Crimson, In The Court Of The Crimson King (Live) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrsW–Sh7YE

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