Well it's always Spring Break in sunny South Florida, where some of our lawyers "loan" each other $18 million because that's just how we do things down here.
But let's get ready to welcome our sunburned visitors!
Although there have been many Spring Break movies set on our lovely beaches, none sum it up better than the simple "rich man/poor man/Oil man/water ski instructor" premise of Elvis' 1967 classic Clambake -- I mean where else can you see Elvis sing an entire song about a miracle polymer and also see Bill Bixby employing karate moves in a super tight Speedo?
(I told you things can get a little weird down here.)
But Spring Break is also about music, so here's some downloading advice from people who know about such things.
(And here's a person who does not know about such things).
And of course, you still need health care especially if you're rocking that Bixby bathing suit.
Has anyone considered the legal implications of our recent Florida killer whale incident -- of course ATL has.
(Longtime readers, don't worry -- I'm well aware that it was a young Bo Derek whose leg gets munched on by that strangely anthropomorphic beast in the Jaws ripoff Orca).
Is it snowing in other parts of the country? Seriously?
I totally forgot, but apparently it is.
Speaking of snow, Vancouver was pretty neat (and not just because of the Double McTwist 1260).
BTW, if you can trademark a snowboard move, I've got dibs on "fall repeatedly down the mountain like a ragdoll." Use that in your next job interview.
And of course that leads us to PI lawyers, including the masterful Eric Turkewitz who always beats the pants off me in that ABA Blawg competition.
Is there a good reason to blawg anonymously?
Maybe it's this:
Sometimes it is cowardice or fear of the consequences; sometimes it is a juvenile love of mystery.Ouch, this is supposed to be fun, but then privacy just ain't what it used to be:
What of the leaders of the companies harvesting our online footprints, and sharing the data with the world for profit? What do they have to say about how their efforts affect our personal lives and our privacy? “If you have something that you don’t want anyone to know, maybe you shouldn’t be doing it in the first place,” Google CEO Eric Schmidt has said.That's comforting (not).
Maybe I should go back to a lighter subject.
Naah, that's not our style (that reminds me, whatever happened to Greenberg Girl)?
It's South Florida, it's Spring Break, it's Blawg Review -- now let's apply that Goop!
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