August 9, 2008
at the risk of 2 non-law posts in a row . . .
My nephew’s drum corps just took FIRST PLACE in the drum corps international world championship open class finals!! He is in the Santa Clara Vanguard Cadets!!!
That is Dylan – the tall one. Did I mention he gets straight As too? Back off ladies!
Take that Blue Devils!!!! Ahem! I mean, good show other drum corps!
June 9, 2008
What in the kitty cat is the world coming to? (My family is adopting kitty cat as the new good for all occasions swear word).
So the Texas kids were returned to their families and now this story about a kid coming to school with a swastika painted on her face. Grounds for removal?
When I read the headline I thought it was a tattoo (in which case I would argue yes even if the tattoo were of something less offensive — isn’t almost everything less offensive? — if it were on her face. Make up makes it harder. More investigation needed. Perhaps I should head on up to Canada and find out more. I only need a few minutes alone with the parents.
April 25, 2008
Is the new header any good? Comments please.
April 22, 2008
No relationship to legal studies. . . . just a vent and a notice. Upgrading the e-mail at work. I am sure this is a good thing in the end. For now, I just clicked check mail and re-received over a thousand e-mails from over the past year or so. Undoubtedly there are real new e-mails peppered in this download, but can I really go through all of them? So if you are trying to e-mail me lately, I may have an even greater than usual liklihood of not getting back.
April 16, 2008
just opened up the NYTimes online, and the two headlines, juxtaposed next to each other, make me want to scream ‘hypocrisy!!!!!!!!!!!!’
(Look at the headline on the first column and then Bush’s message to the pope next to it)
Here’s a screengrab of the image:
OK, LB, I do not have ‘permission’ to upload files. So, I’m going to send you the jpg and you can insert it.
March 24, 2008
NYT: Even at Megastores, Hagglers Find No Price Is Set in Stone
SAN FRANCISCO — Shoppers are discovering an upside to the down economy. They are getting price breaks by reviving an age-old retail strategy: haggling.
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