Non-Sequiturs: 06.28.11

* After all it was a great big world, with lots of tea parties to run to. But if she had to try, runnin’ hard… there was one little song she was gonna cease. Oh yeah, all right. Play something else baby. On your Bachmann nights (on your Bachmann nights). She’s no, American Girl. [Gawker]

* Lehman might get rebuked! Wait, “rebuked,” I must have read that wrong. The way I read it, it sounded like once again, nobody has the stones to hold the financial industry accountable for anything. [Bloomberg]

* Considering the lawyer oversupply problem, here are some thoughts on how to make the study better and even more relevant. [Vault]

* I could not be more supportive of the proposal to ban the sale of pets in San Francisco. Just because your snot-nosed, five-year-old “really wants one, mommy,” it’s no excuse to purchase an animal, bred as if it were disposable, in an effort to shut your brat’s trap for 30 minutes while you have a bath. If you want a pet, go to the pound where there are hundreds of animals in need of a home! [Overlawyered]

* I’m a little sick of the McCourts. Let’s check in on Halle Berry’s battle with her ex. [RadarOnline]

* Yeah, no really. I totally care about the travails of an aged criminal named Whitey. [WSJ Law Blog]

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