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And the Wind Cries....Spencer!


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  1. And here I thought "Little Wings" was the song of the week!

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  2. So. Fla., another gem from J. Rosenbaum: http://media.ca11.uscourts.gov/opinions/pub/files/201413978.pdf

    "Sometimes turning lemons into lemonade can be difficult. But making felony convictions into misdemeanor convictions is even more challenging. It takes an act of Congress — an act of Congress that did not occur in this case."

    She is stepping up her game. Judge Carnes and Judge Goodman need to up theirs.

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  3. Look man, retire that suit.

    You look like a sausage.

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  4. So. Fla., J. Rosenbaum is destroying her competition. Here is her latest: "Benjamin Franklin said, '[I]n this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.' He was almost right."

    http://media.ca11.uscourts.gov/opinions/pub/files/201414524.pdf

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  5. She's trolling you SFL!

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  6. Hey Spenny don't listen to the haters, you look great!

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