Non-Sequiturs: 02.17.12

Pray the heart attack away.

* I’ll probably get more into this next week, but here’s a ranking of law schools based on how they prepare you for the bar exam. [Tax Prof Blog]

* So voter fraud isn’t as big a deal as the GOP likes to make it, but voter suppression probably isn’t as huge a problem as progressives make it. It’s not a huge deal for this election, I think Rick Santorum has enough suppression to keep everybody interested. [Election Law Blog]

* It’s one thing when Arizona tries to ban, you know, Mexicans, but when the state goes after underboob we need to overthrow the state government. [The Legal Satyricon]

* I have the best possible regulation to protect me from sprouts. I just don’t eat them. [NPR]

* Denny’s. Sexual harassment. And the power of Jesus. [SF Weekly]

* I always thought that Van Halen’s apocryphal ban on brown M&M was racially based, but apparently I was wrong. Interesting. So, somebody tell me about these Halen chaps. [New York Personal Injury Law Blog]

* West coast lovers, don’t forget to submit your application for love to our Courtship Connection, San Francisco edition. [Above the Law]

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