Thursday, January 20, 2005

non-torture policy

noun. A set of rules and standards not based on physical coercion with hot, cold, sharp, or blunt objects. Or dogs. Or brutal, culturally-specific, psychological abuse. Circa 2005, this is an innovative, newsworthy way to go for the U.S. government.

Real citation: "Gonzales Promises Non-Torture Policy"
(Jesse J. Holland, "Gonzales Promises Non-Torture Policy,"

Made-up citation: "Free peanuts and a non-torture policy are good qualities in a bar or regime."

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