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A party may serve on any other party a request within the scope of Rule 26 b :. A any designated documents or electronically stored information—including writings, drawings, graphs, charts, photographs, sound recordings, images, and other data or data compilations—stored in any medium from which information can be obtained either directly or, if necessary, after translation by the responding party into a reasonably usable form; or. A must describe with reasonable particularity each item or category of items to be inspected;. B must specify a reasonable time, place, and manner for the inspection and for performing the related acts; and. C may specify the form or forms in which electronically stored information is to be produced. A Time to Respond. A shorter or longer time may be stipulated to under Rule 29 or be ordered by the court.
"There is porn of it. No Exceptions."
Rule 34 is an Internet meme and slang that states that, as a rule, Internet pornography exists concerning every conceivable topic. The concept is commonly depicted as fan art of normally non-erotic subjects engaging in sexual behavior. The exact origin of Rule 34 is unknown, though it may have originated from a webcomic , captioned "Rule 34 There is porn of it. No exceptions.
Rule 34 is an Internet adage in the "Rules of the Internet" list of protocols and conventions which asserts that "if something exists, there is porn of it. According to the Lurkmore Wiki  , Rule 34 originated from a comic posted on the website Zoom-Out  , which was cached by Google as early as October 5th, On March 30th, , the first Urban Dictionary  definition for "Rule 34" was submitted by user Nukeitall, who claimed the adage was commonly used on a variety of message boards. On October 12th, the rule was included in the original "Rules of the Internet" list submitted to the Internet culture wiki Encyclopedia Dramatica. Rule 35 was created as an addendum to the rule, which clarified that if porn on a subject did not currently exist, it would be created. In May of , the Rule 34 database was launched on Paheal. On August 24th, , the Internet humor site Holy Taco published a post titled "25 SFW Rule 34 Images", which featured several notable demotivational posters of the rule. On November 14th, , streamer drypiss posted a video to Twitter in which he celebrated turning eighteen, the legal age to consume pornography, by looking up Rule 34 pictures.