Vague and confused

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This week, stories of people who didn't make the rules, but must apply them. The owner of a Hawaiian
island adapts rules originally set in the nineteenth century—and not everyone is happy with her
interpretation. A judge in a suburban New Jersey wants the people who come before him to see the
rules as fair even if they resent their punishments. And other stories.

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Photo: The Hawaiian island of Niihau



Ira Glass