Asians, Non-Sequiturs

Non-Sequiturs: 06.08.10

The man in the yellow ... face?

* The State Department told an Asian man (pictured) that his passport photo was “too yellow.” We’re constantly vigilant for threats, foreign and domestic, to our national security — but we should feel safer knowing that our State Department civil servants are on the lookout for the yellow peril. [The Darkside]

* Jamie Dimon isn’t going to take the financial reform bill lying down. And now New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand knows it. [Dealbreaker]

* The six-month period after you graduate is the best time to find a job. You know, if you weren’t able to find one before you graduated. [The Lawyerist]

* Could Orly Taitz actually win an election — and ruin things for Republicans running statewide in California? [Politico]

* This should be a fun game: let’s play “Which Politicians Took Money from BP.” [Tax Prof Blog]

* Rule 12 of Client Service is something that anybody can follow — so long as you look the part. [What About Clients?]

* Cic sic by the bay. [Adjunct Law Prof Blog]

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