Rejected vanity license plates, the invisible criminal, a mystery enema, and suing (and winning) over two cents.
Archives for September 2011
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Some nights at home over a glass of wine I wonder: could I do more and “be more,” especially at a firm with less notable talent?
Calling 911 to get the police to stop chasing you, plus penis enlarger gets repackaged into an indictment, and advice for would-be robbers: no pink.
Mark and Kimber discuss a town’s choice of Jesus or jail, plus a literal benchslap, the pork-n-beans lawsuit, and the naked truth about San Francisco.
“I’d started writing during my third year of law school. By the time I stopped practicing, I’d written several scripts, honed my craft and gotten a manager. I’d also had several meetings with producers and studio executives, so I had a pretty good sense of whether people responded to my writing. I scheduled my move…
Firing the milk thieves, a lawyer turned sperm donor, and denying the pants you’re wearing are yours. Plus, bailing out boyfriend with hot credit cards.
Matthew Richardson reviews Whitney and Pan Am, two of this fall’s new television series.
What I did not fully grasp was how ultra-important first-year grades are, and how they have nothing to do with your intellectual mastery of the material, and have everything to do with writing an exam answer that the professor will find easy to read and easy to give a high grade. If you get mediocre…
Reality hits you hard bro, with the net worth of U.S. Supreme Court Justices. Plus, what could you do with this witness on the stand?