One of the reasons we're newly ena-"more"-ed with More magazine is that it has stories that require us to think, like the Decmeber issue's profile of Dolores Carr, Silicon Valley's embattled district attorney. Delores has prosecuted a lot of rape cases in her life, but recently she decided not to go ahead in prosecuting a high profile case that was sort of like the Duke case, in that it involved college athletes gang-raping a girl, but sort of not like the Duke case, in that it actually happened — they know because there were three female eyewitnesses. Also, the alleged victim was sort of more sympathetic than the one in the Duke case, because she was only seventeen and had never tried to scam anyone before. Okay, so: why did Dolores not go ahead with the case? She's saying that she would be unable to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the victim was too drunk to consent to sex — because the victim was too drunk to remember anything. Sorta "Saudi" logic, right? Well, it gets more complicated.