A3G


I have been fired.

That’s right readers and fellow bloggers.  A3G has been fired–for her blog–in clear contravention of her First Amendment rights.

She will be back–in one form or another.  But for now, she will have to desist from posting here. 

Don’t worry, the Tragedy Part I did not keep A3G down for long and neither will the Tragedy Part II.

Until we meet again, all the best to my faithful readers.

Fondly,

Article III Groupie.

I love that show!

Does anyone feel like working today?  I can’t believe I am at WORK!  Everyone in the office has been so distracted by the upcoming holiday.  

So this just in from the Supremes . . .

They issued a divided decision against two school districts in Seattle and Louisville, saying that the districts’ plans to admit students to schools based partially on their race violates equal protection.

The Hamptons.  Ugh.  But I am definitely in for the shopping trip!  I could use some new shoes for my summer outfits.

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I agree . . . very troublesome . . .

And so is this.  The FBI has named Alexis Flores as the 487th person placed on its Ten Most Wanted Fugitives List.  This guy supposedly kidnapped, rated and murdered a 5 year old in Philly.  

Isn’t Tweek-em from Philly?

Ugh–how I remember my law school days studying persuasive vs. binding authority.  Is it primary persuasive authority?  Is it mandatory primary authority?  Is it binding authority?  Is there a difference between mandatory and binding?  UGH!

Enough of that.  Here’s some news that you’ll find persuasive.  The FDA is warning consumers to throw out all toothpaste made in China.  Apparently they found a poison related to a chemical used in antifreeze.

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Did you know that today is the 139th day of the year?  I was up all night last night stressed about this assignment I am working on for the GI.  I kept giving him drafts and he kept saying “This needs a lot of work.” 

So, since I couldn’t sleep I decided to surf the net and came across this unbelievable useless fact, which of course, I feel obligated to share with you.

I am sooooo tired. 

 I think we can all agree that yesterday was a very dark day. 

My heart goes out to the families of the Virginia Tech community.   I don’t feel much like blogging today.

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It’s difficult, isn’t it?  I posed the question because I can sympathize with both sides of the issue.  I’m really not sure where I fall.  I suppose it’s a matter of balance, like so many other things.  Let the government fight terrorism, but I want to know that the violation of my privacy is helping to prevent the next 911.

So today the President signed the US Patriot Improvement and Reauthorization Act.  How do you guys feel about the Patriot Act?  Necessary measures? Impermissible governmental interference?  A little of both?

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