Candy

  • Snickers-broken

    Non-Sequiturs

    Non-Sequiturs: 04.14.15

    * Not going anywhere for a while? Try a Snickers. Just don’t try to write it off as a business expense. [TaxProf Blog]

    * Toilet cameras involve moral turpitude. This is an opinion that needed to be written. [Legal Profession Blog]

    * Police decline to charge Dwight Howard with child abuse. He’d allegedly punished his child with his belt, which is nowhere near as bad as letting them walk outside alone (if you listen to Elie’s rants). [ESPN]

    * There’s no bar exam too small for his analysis: North Dakota’s February results. [Bar Exam Stats]

    * A look back at the Lincoln assassination 150 years later. Something like this would never happen today — probably because Lincoln would still be on the waiting list for Book of Mormon. [Constitutional Accountability Center]

    * I knew SeaWorld was in trouble when I saw a glossy commercial during primetime television explaining how great they are. And my instincts were right — they’ve been hit with three salacious lawsuits in a month. [The Dodo]

    * Oh, the things you learn from lawsuits! Find out exactly how the WWE feels about your city. Getting dissed by Vince McMahon must sting. [411Mania]

    * If you’re in Chicago or Los Angeles, you should come out to see David discuss his new book, Supreme Ambitions (affiliate link). [Supreme Ambitions]

    12 Comments / / Apr 14, 2015 at 4:58 PM
  • gummy worms

    Elena Kagan, Food, Grade Reform, Law Schools

    The Early Bird Gets the In-Class Candy

    We’ve now seen a couple of examples of top law schools trying to reassure students who might receive less than stellar grades. Now, another top law school is getting into the “dear God these millennials are made of porcelain” game. But even when you are being soothed but the Student Bar Association at your great law school, you should beware of the classmate that is willing to out-compete you for treats….

    25 Comments / / Jan 27, 2012 at 3:33 PM

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