Friday's Three Burning Legal Questions
Here are today's three burning legal questions, along with the answers provided by the blogosphere.
1) Question: Two years ago you stated here that poor handwriting can ruin a bank robbery attempt. Is that advice still valid today?
Answer: Very much so. (Delaware Online, Police: Messy handwriting foils bank robbery plot near New Castle)
2) Question: I have been practicing law for 62 years. In my day, the defendant did not enter the courtroom in a coat, then remove the coat to reveal that she was topless. That simply did not happen. But it happened today! I don't even have a question. I'm just sayin'.
Answer: I'm sorry to hear about that unexpected toplessness in the courtroom. I believe it is still the exception, not the rule. Try to shake it off, sir. (ABA Journal, Woman Charged with Taking Off Her Clothes in Public Demonstrates Her Technique in Court)
3) Question: Several of my pot-smoking muppet friends and I have secured the Twitter user names for every possible permutation of "Qwikster," the new spin-off from Netflix. Ha! So how come nobody from Netflix has been coming around with a big check to buy these names from us?
Answer: The Qwikster idea was so hated by customers that Netflix scrapped the whole plan. Sorry, but at least you still have the cool Twitter names. (The Atlantic, 5 Reasons Why Qwikster Is Now Deadster)
Posted by Bruce Carton on October 14, 2011 at 10:00 AM | Permalink
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