If today’s copyright laws were in force in 1812, “The Star-Spangled Banner,” the United States national anthem, would have been copyright infringement of a British tune.
Copyright is supposed to encourage creativity, not stifle it. Modern copyright is abusive.
Before you criticize the Russians for saying the Polish for caused the 1939 invasion of Poland, remember that in 2003, you were probably among the 79% of United States citizens who believed Iraq caused the United States to invade Iraq.
Links and videos I thought were useful before my new life in the wild.
The system is sick and causes evil things to happen, and I can be part of the solution to fix our problems.
The best answer is probably to not use the Latin words at all.
“Grasping at straws” is probably the best I can think of but I offer nine alternatives.
The less obvious dilemma that Hamlet ponders is that death is an undiscovered Country: he might be freed of his current problems but run into the arms of a greater beast.