Monthly Archives: January 2014
Good evening, everybody! We’re here with you live following the State of the Union Address. We assume you know the rules, but for those who haven’t been here before, you can find them at Reason‘s State of the Union Drinking Game. Please remember that we’re trained professionals; based on scuttlebutt, it looks like we’ll be … Continue reading
Any further commentary about our procrastination will henceforth be met with derisive laughter, then immediate deletion.
Cuius est solum, eius est usque ad coelum et ad inferos, goes the axiom. Property rights extend not just to the surface, but infinitely out to space. This set us to thinking about a Robert Heinlein novella, The Man Who Sold the Moon. If we could somehow arrange to be directly under the Moon, we’d have … Continue reading
Context: discussing Washington and Colorado’s recent legalization of marijuana. Prof. B.: In Colorado they sold a million dollars’ worth on the first day. Student: Think of the tax revenues of that. They’re going to have some great highways. Smartarse Student: …no pun intended.
Good Day, I have a deal worth 7.4 Million dollars if you are interested to work with me kindly reply back to this email for more details firstname.lastname@example.org H.k C’mon, at least put a little effort into the story! Details, man! This is just pathetic.
If you’ve ever been involved in a custody fight over a huntin’ dog…. From the public record, we found one even better. If you’ve ever been involved in a custody fight over a cowboy hat (see page 3), you might be a redneck. (Note: this document is in the public record, and all of the public filings of the … Continue reading
We seem to be attracting a better class of spam: Dear Counsel, I wish to hire your legal service to help me file a petition against my ex-husband for failure to make court ordered payment for Child Support, Alimony and Medical Support. Please advise. Regards, Hitomi Jefferson <email@example.com> We wonder: do we have an ethical … Continue reading
Roll Over, Tide. (We wonder if Nick Saban is still on Texas’s short list.)