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Throwing Bricks At Donald Trump’s House: Thoughts On Fleeting Interactions With Celebrities

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I figured everybody on that street had at least a million dollars more than I did. So I set about doing what any disheveled 22 year old on Melrose with shaggy clothes and no credit would do. I lit a cigarette and hoped it made me look bohemian. A habit I’ve since given up in favor of embracing honesty – …

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Bitter Brief 10: Diversity, Twitter, and Casey Anthony

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[powerpress] The long weekend is over, and Kimber is much the worse for wear after her birthday celebration goes awry, Mark takes the legal profession to task for its shameful lack of meaningful diversity, we have a titter over the Fox Twitter controversy, and our Casey Anthony verdict predictions turn out to be way off target. Subscribe to the Bitter Brief on iTunes!

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I Know Why The Caged Weiner Tweets

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Full disclosure—pun entirely unintentional—I was once the (horrified) recipient of a (mostly) unsolicited picture text of a man’s junk. In light of the recent prevalence of news coverage on the Wiener2 scandal, I’m feeling as if the universe is calling on me to share my experience, lest any similarly-situated women fall prey to the same tragedy.

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Bitter News, 10-5-09

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Headlines from the Bitter Newsroom that will need the next 60 days to break a Gourmet habit: • Here’s a lead story that includes ‘sodomy’ but not ‘Polanski.’ Whore-ay!  “[Herman] Thomas, former Alabama Circuit Court judge, stands accused of sodomy, kidnapping, sex abuse, extortion, assault and ethics violations.” His begins trial today, with jury selection already underway.  Formerly most often …

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Bitter News, 10-2-09

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Headlines from the Bitter Newsroom that won’t see U.S. summer games, but our kids may in 2116: • Law students in England are being offered real jobs to simply be cyber-friendly and use Facebook, Twitter and other social media in an attempt to promote a new College of Law opening next year.  “@bitterlawyer RT: you know what place is awesome? …

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