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How to Memorize the Bill of Rights

[From Episode 22: Do Not Pass Go]

Chris' own original creation to help you brainiacs out there. USA! USA! USA!


Speech and such are the first rights.

Two: to arms, to arms! Let's fight!

Three's a crowd, you can't stay here.

Four, don't look through my things, dear.


Five because I plead the fifth.

This is complimented with

Six, which says my day in court

Will be a speedy, public sort.


Lucky seven means a jury.

Eight is no big deal, don't worry.

We have nine lives and way more rights.

Ten: People and states have equal might.

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