Non-Sequiturs: 03.04.11

Why do Brits think that filming people staring at other people in silence makes for compelling drama?

* Could stuttering actually help a trial attorney? Somebody should make a movie about this guy, only with fewer British people than The King’s Speech and more things Americans enjoy: like the stutterer/hero saying “My f-f-finger doesn’t stammer,” before he blows some fool away. [From the Sidebar]

* Ernst & Young accountants engaging in funny videos > Ernst & Young accountants engaging in fuzzy math. [Going Concern]

* I don’t trust “the market” as much as some other people do, but it can’t be any worse at running legal education in the country than the current system of letting a yearly ranking in U.S. News dictate how things work. [Truth on the Market]

* Just once in my life, I’d like to be able to vote for a Democrat with balls. [Huffington Post]

Litigatrix Ally McBeal

* There’s an irony in women litigators getting told they are not good at building relationships. [The Careerist]

* Before we accept Revelations, I’m going to want the state psychiatrist to take a look at St. John of Patmos. [What About Clients?]

* “Like most people who do these sorts of things, Linda Speaks Tribby had a good excuse, which is that she needed the money to buy a helicopter and a motor home, two purchases that seem slightly at odds but the heart wants what it wants.” [Dealbreaker]

* Loyola Law – L.A. is running Journalist Law School again. Kash went last year and recommends it. [Loyola Law School – L.A.]

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