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My #1 Rule:

Don't feed me no lines and keep your hands to yourself.

I got excused from jury duty today!

They didn't want me!

Was it because I know that "reasonable doubt" does not mean "no doubt" and what an "accomplice" is? Or was it because I mentioned MSNBC on my questionnaire when asked what news sources I watch or read regularly? Or do they not want paralegal students on juries?

Somebody please riddle me this:

How the hell can you charge $8.25 for a sandwich and call it a po'boy?

Jury duty tomorrow *grumble grumble*

It could be worse -- at least exams are over.

12 Things that would be different if "Home Alone" happened now.


Let's stop acting like Steve Erkel where Elizabeth Warren is concerned.

Remember how he kept asking Laura out, and otherwise making romantic advances toward her? When she repeatedly rebuffed him, he would say something like, "So does this mean there's a chance?" I don't think he ever did get the message.

Let's not be Steve Erkel. Whether we like it or not, Elizabeth Warren is saying "no" to running for President. Don't get me wrong -- I love her and wish she would run, but I do not know how much clearer her "no" could be. My guess is she feels she can get more done as a Senator in the Ted Kennedy mold. Remember how he seemed to flounder back in the old days when he felt obliged to run for President just because he was next after John and Bobby? During interviews back during the campaign of 1980, he couldn't even articulate a reason why he wanted to be President. Then he ran for Senate instead and the rest is history.

Let's love her and support her as our new lion(ess) of the Senate, and respect her word that she just doesn't want to run for President.

GD in a nutshell:

"Fools find no pleasure in understanding, but delight in airing their own opinions." -- Proverbs 18:2.

Scalia really really really needs to be removed from office.


I offer into the already enormous body of evidence:

Anybody up for a way cool ghost story?


The Gray Man of Pawleys Island, off the South Carolina coast: Since 1822, he's been warning residents of coming major storms.

"If we are the richest country in the world . . .

"How come so many of us can barely afford to live here?" -- From a letter written to Bud Johnson in the movie "Swing Vote"
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