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 13  31: 1:8: -0/8-/2004  John
 This soil and the air space extending above it shall not be part of any nation and shall not be subject to any entity's jurisdiction. Free Speech Monument, dedicated in 1991.

 John
 31: 1:9: -0/8-/2004
 This was designed by Mark Brest van Kempen, see: http://greenmuseum.org/content/work_index/img_id- 424__prev_size-0__artist_id-51__work_id-99.html
 
 jane
 02: 1:7: -0/9-/2004
 the center of this monument (the little bit of soil) would make an amazing micro-geocache. Anyone?
 
 proto
 02: 2:2: -0/9-/2004
 see photo 247
 
 JJE
 07: 0:0: -0/9-/2004
 Does that mean that if I do a crime on that itty bitty piece of ground that I could get away with it since it's not under the jurisdiction of any police? If it's not true, then this is a bunch of balogna.
 
 addy
 07: 1:4: -0/9-/2004
 You can do whatever you want in the circle. And as long as you stay in the circle, you won't get in trouble. It's about 2 feet in diameter. I think you get my point.
 
 SRAISKIN
 07: 1:5: -0/9-/2004
 The no rules zone is the inner circle. The piece of dirt with a rapper in it, no the cement circle. An important point to note before you try to outrun the Berkeley authorities.
 
 addy
 07: 1:9: -0/9-/2004
 It's even smaller than I thought!
 
 leyla
 28: 1:7: -0/9-/2004
 I remember that's what I thought when I first saw it. Someone told me a couple of stories of people trying to actually take advantage of that. But, put your jokes aside and think about how incredible the actual purpose is. When you stand in that tiny little hole: no laws tell you what you can and cannot do, no law enforcement to protect you, no ... fill in the blank. It's especially a good picture for the events coming up next week for the anniversay of FSM. Good day to all...
 
 Tulip
 30: 0:0: -0/9-/2004
 Can I stand on a pole in that hole?
 
 MissQuali
 30: 1:1: -0/9-/2004
 Trains don't necessarily stop for you. Inertia is the key to all passion. Promote sensible change-cut off all your foot except for one toe and learn to stand on it.
 
 MissQuali
 30: 1:1: -0/9-/2004
 Trains don't necessarily stop for you. Inertia is the key to all passion. Promote sensible change-cut off all your foot except for one toe and learn to stand on it.
 
 thinkmak
 04: 1:3: -1/0-/2004
 nice zoom
 
 cooperc
 07: 1:5: -1/0-/2004
 The pole wouldn't work. The free airspace only extends directly vertical, so unless you could elongate your body's mass, you'd still be too wide.