Loose Ends, 9-19-08

Quick headlines from the Bitter Newsroom:

A-Rod and Cynthia Rodriguez’ divorce is apparently finalized.  Didn’t they learn anything from Christie Brinkley?  Where’s the fun in keeping the details private?  [MonstersAndCritics.com]

Just as my dad always claimed to keep gin in the house “for guests,” I suppose Ryan O’Neil was simply being polite by having drugs on hand in case anyone requested an after-dinner meth hit at dinner parties. [People]

There’s a new cold war.  This time between the Russians and….New York’s Plaza Hotel.  [New York Magazine]

A lawyer involved in the O.J. Simpson trial was once accused of manslaughter and stood trial himself.  And in keeping with their commonalities, neither can seem to stay out of courtroom for very long since.  [CNN]

Well, the firm really only had two choices: They could either remove his name altogether and hope no one would notice, or they could changed the name of the firm to “Inmate 2485746, Glaser, Fink, Jacobs, Weil & Shapiro, LLP.” And the latter doesn’t have much of a ring to it.  [LA Observed]

A woman admits to stealing $238,000 over the course of 23 years from a well-known law firm.  Makes you feel a little better about stealing the one box of pencils, doesn’t it?  [The Standard Freeholder]