Yes, most of the time prosecutors do chase actual wrongdoers, but today our criminal laws are so expansive that most people of any vigor and spirit can be found to violate them in some way. Basically, under American law, anyone interesting is a felon. The prosecutors, not the law, decide who deserves punishment.
Justine Lueth justinefrances
Denizen of Sioux Falls. Avid balletomane, polyglot, and bibliophile.
Madam, as friends called her, was following the turn-of-the-century trend among middle-class and professional black women. They publicly used their initials or added "Mrs." to their husband's name as a sign of respectability, and as a ruse to prevent white people whom they didn't know from addressing them by their first names.
Dorothy Parker, it’s been said, named her canary Onan because he spilled his seed upon the ground.