Non-Sequiturs: 07.05.12

If your boss can do this, then he might not be so bad.

* Why don’t we eliminate all the law reviews? It’s an idea that’s held by people beyond moot court types who couldn’t make it onto law review. [The Atlantic]

* Pennsylvania’s new voter ID law will most like disproportionately affect minorities. Note the complete lack of shock from the Republicans who pushed for the bill. [The Faculty Lounge]

* Bill Henderson is apparently the most interesting man in legal education. [Tax Prof Blog]

* Jerry Sandusky gets to keep his pension, but his dignity is another question. [Adjunct Law Prof Blog]

* Is there an accepted strategy to dealing with a horrible boss? Mine was always to go out and get s***faced with them. It doesn’t really improve their behavior, but if they don’t pick up the tab, then you can quit without feeling bad. [Corporette]

* Mitt Romney really spoke intelligently about Obamacare and the individual mandate before he started pandering to the Republican base. [Slate]

* The list of disgusting things you cannot return to CVS now includes used boxes of enemas. Hope you got your money’s worth, buddy. [Legal Juice]

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