Long ago, when feudal lords were taking power from King John so they could become the Confederate States of Old Dead People and punish their serfs as they saw fit, they wrote up a bunch of copies of something called the "Magna Carta" which is French for NAMBLA.
As part of Love Your Library Fest, the Harvard Law School Historical & Special Collections department trotted out one of their 20 copies of the historic document. Written on old black velvet in 1215, turned into paper by the sands of time, the Magna Carta details the best way for King John of England to go suck himself with a garden hose. Nearly 500 years later, the document is a staple of modern government documents, such as that painting with the guy with the apple for a face and the play Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw.
Word is Hollywood, California is pining to reboot the Magna Carta franchise, this time simply titled Carta starring Sylvester Stallone as the charter wih the heart of gold from the wrong side of the tracks.