Friends of Mrs Felix-Browne laughed when she told them in the village pub she had married Osama bin Laden’s son. (via)
Monthly Archives: January 2011
On the other side of the state line, Packers fan Frank Emmert Jr. of Lake Superior, Wis., reminisced this week about the time he survived a small plane crash in 1995 thanks to the foam cheesehead he put over his face seconds before impact.
“The FAA credited it, not me,” said Emmert, 52.
This post has an unintentional legal theme.
Firstoff, NYT Home & Garden has struck again with this collection of divorce lawyer/divorcee anecdotes. The last chapter of this article renewed my faith in internet reading … for this week. Next week’s a whole new squash match, internet. Ya hear?
Secondly, NY’s finest legal scholar HBW and I spent more than 15 minutes this weekend brainstorming alternative titles for Joan Didion’s forthcoming memoir on aging. So far we have come up with “Ow, My Neck” and “My Neck Hurts.” Let us know if you have any ideas.
Thirdly, how amazing is Judy Clarke?
Long live the scales of justice.
Bye for now!