Monthly Archives: January 2013
Discussing Shlensky v. Wrigley, 237 N.E.2d 776 (1968) in Corporations. Prof. H: Who is the plaintiff? Student: A minority shareholder. Prof. H: Who is the defendant? Student: The Chicago National League Ball Club. Prof. H: What are they known for? Student: Losing. For once, we were not the student in question.
With a little Google-fu, one can find all sorts of neat things on the internet. For example, free fly-tying patterns. Remember, rookies, just about everybody starts with a wooly bugger: They’re easy to tie, and have been more effective for us than just about anything else.
Great feeling: a morning mile, slightly downhill, with a 15kt wind at your back. Less great feeling: the return leg.
We’ve recently taken up welding as a hobby and sometimes-useful skill: Lacking a proper welding table, we’re forced to work on the ground. It is, shall we say, less than comfortable. So tonight’s project is the beginning of a table. We assembled two of these frames; next time, we’ll join them, put on wheels, and … Continue reading
Now here’s a situation you run into all the time. You notice how when you’re leaving someone, they give you a message to give to someone else? Like they say, “Give my love to Klaus. Tell Klaus Rebecca sends her love.” (For the moment, assume she’s done this in writing, as drafts have to be … Continue reading
Why the Oxford Comma matters: Seriously. Nobody needs that image.
He whines, he doesn’t retrieve, and he doesn’t even like wet grass, let alone water, but how can you say no to a face like this: (Click to embiggenate.) The power of the dog, indeed.