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  • student-loan-debt-e1414612604341

    Holidays and Seasons, Money, Rudeness, Student Loans

    Season’s Greetings From Your Loan Servicer

    No one wants to hear from their loan servicer during the holidays. No one.

    7 Comments / / Nov 26, 2014 at 12:31 PM
  • Gay, Monica Lewinsky, Non-Sequiturs, Politics, Religion

    Non-Sequiturs: 04.03.13

    * Monica Lewinsky’s lawyer is checking out the big stained dress in the sky. William Ginsburg, RIP. [CNN]

    * Hoo boy, North Carolina is trying to opt out of the Constitution. As the article notes, they tried this in the 1860s and it didn’t work out so well. [Lowering the Bar]

    * New York state government gets another black eye with a couple of arrests for bribery. [Gothamist]

    * Judge Richard Cebull is retiring to spend more time on his racist rants. [Billings Gazette]

    * Obama is forfeiting $20,000 in solidarity with sequester victims. An excellent opportunity for right-wing hacks to complain about his vacations, as though Secret Service protection is supposed to be free. [Washington Examiner]

    * Ken Cuccinelli is running for governor in a state that voted for Obama twice. So, obviously, he’s making a public show of his fight to reinstate a law used to harass gay people. [Washington Blade]

    * Conrad Black, the media mogul who served three years in the federal pen, sits for an interview with California Lawyer magazine. Check it out (and earn California CLE credit). [California Lawyer]

    7 Comments / / Apr 3, 2013 at 5:33 PM
  • Intellectual Property, Law Professors, Law Schools, Non-Sequiturs, Trademarks

    Non-Sequiturs: 03.14.13

    * Happy Pi Day from Sasha Volokh! [Volokh Conspiracy]

    * Tiffany’s sued Costco for trademark violations because Tiffany’s is afraid someone walked into Costco and thought, “$20 Tiffany’s engagement ring? AWESOME!” [Law of Fashion]

    * Pro se litigants have finally killed Virginia’s sodomy statute. [The CockleBur]

    * UChilawgo provides a visual representation of what happens when you criticize Brian Leiter on the Internet. [UChilawgo]

    * Kelly Mathis, a Jacksonville attorney, got arrested for allegedly running a $300 million illegal gambling operation. And yet Nova Southeastern is able to make bank gambling that their students will find jobs with their degree. [Tampa Bay Times]

    * If you’re looking for someone else to foot the tab for law school, the folks at Best Criminal Justice have a helpful list. [Best Criminal Justice]

    * Law and the Multiverse knows the way to my heart: an analysis of the Futurama “Future Stock,” featuring my all-time favorite Futurama character, “80s Guy.” Click through to see “80s Guy” doing the The Safety Dance on a loop. [Law and the Multiverse]

    2 Comments / / Mar 14, 2013 at 5:44 PM
  • Scalia-Talking

    Antonin Scalia, Constitutional Law, Gay, Gay Marriage, Murder, Quote of the Day, SCOTUS, Supreme Court

    Quote of the Day: Scalia Skis the Slippery Slope

    Why does Justice Scalia make the controversial comparison between anti-sodomy laws, on the one hand, and laws against bestiality or murder, on the other?

    0 Comments / / Dec 11, 2012 at 3:14 PM
  • Chris Dumler

    Crime, Lawyer of the Day, Politics, Sex, Sex Scandals, UVA Law

    UVA Law Grad, Rising Political Star, ‘Forced Sodomy’ Allegations; Yeah, You’re Gonna Read

    UVA Law grad, rising political star, “forced sodomy” allegations. You know, the usual…

    31 Comments / / Oct 19, 2012 at 2:45 PM
  • Books, English Grammar and Usage, New York Times, Oral Sex / Blow Jobs, Quote of the Day, Rudeness, Sex

    Fun Fact of the Day: Talk Dirty to Me

    Prosecutable hate speech in 17th-century Massachusetts included calling people “dogs,” “rogues” and even “queens” (though the last referred to prostitution); magistrates took serious umbrage at being labeled “poopes” (“dolts”). – John McWhorter, the noted linguist, in his New York Times review this past weekend of Speaking American: A History of English in the United States. […]

    5 Comments / / Jan 23, 2012 at 1:05 PM

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