It’s Friday! For some of us, it’s been an excruciating long week. For many hard working, tax-paying Americans, the next couple of days bring welcomed relief.
For others, however, it’s the last Friday with a whole buncha lingerin’ questions.. Continue reading
From the “Drugs aren’t all bad” Department:
Robert Louis Stevenson wrote the 60,000 word “The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde” during a six day cocaine binge in 1886.
Research has shown that the more visually creative a person is, the lower the quality of their sleep.
It seems as though a certain individual has this idea that because something wasn’t explicitly said, doesn’t make it true.
Let’s say you’re in a court case and the court publishes a routine order that conforms to existing precedent – for example, say, hypothetically, a pro-se plaintiff is given a Roseboro Order. Continue reading
In Schmalfeldt v. Grady et al, the court issued a “Roseboro Order” which essentially is an explanation to a pro-se plaintiff on what happens during the Motion To Dismiss and Motion for Summary Judgment phases.
Can’t make this up. The left have equated US forces landing on the beaches of France on D-Day to those of Antifa.
Actually, this is the more accurate picture..
Soldiers raise Soviet flag over Reichstag
From the Unintended Consequences of Social Media to Connect with the World Department:
In 2011, nearly one third of Divorce filings had the word Facebook in it.