Non-Sequiturs: 03.12.12

An American classic turns 20.

* Happy International Women’s Day, ladies! Now get in the kitchen and bake yourself a cake. Legal Cheek]

* The judge in the Raj Rajaratnam case speaks out about wiretapping and the uptick in insider trading enforcement. You probably don’t want to play this game of telephone. [Bloomberg Law]

* I would also add this to the list: “Have you heard about the pants party?” And “I frequently send tips to Above the Law.” [Greedy Associates]

* My Cousin Vinny came out 20 years ago this week, when I was just a “yout,” and I had no idea what a grit was either. [Abnormal Use]

* The Southern Poverty Law Center added Roosh V, the author a variety of “bang guides,” to its watch list of hate groups and extremists for his misogynism. I am more offended by his stupid nickname. [Huffington Post]

* At the first annual Law Rocks Battle of the Bands in Los Angeles, Exposition Deposition, a band made up of attorneys from Sheppard Mullin and Venable took home first place. The event raised nearly $25,000 for charity. [PRNewswire]

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