Non-Sequiturs: 09.27.11

* I’ve already shared my thoughts on how stupid affirmative action bake sales are, but I don’t think we need laws banning them. [Jonathan Turley]

* Eventually, everything gets taken over by China, right? Isn’t that one of the reasons our only hope lies 85 million years in the past? [Going Concern]

* This person thinks law firms shouldn’t hire traditional associate “workers.” Instead, he apparently wants law firms to hire a bunch of people who would rather do anything than work in a traditional law firm. Good luck with that. [Law Riot]

* Sam Sparks speaks. [WSJ Law Blog]

* Winning isn’t cheap, but now it seems clients are as concerned with getting it cheap as they are with winning. [What About Clients?]

* John Paul Stevens: still not dead. [Huffington Post]

* You might start out as a “legal” drama, but you’re gonna end in melodrama. [Law and More]

* I think it would be funny if Chief Justice Roberts said, “I once said judges were like umpires. I lied. Actually, we’re more like Gods. I am a God. Come to me, Superman! I defy you! Come and kneel before Zod! Zod!” [Yale Law Journal]

* Surely we can’t be far away from the day when the internet becomes a form of penal justice. [The Onion]

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