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When will this end?

 These are my observations of the Cormier administration’s first 21 months – in no particular order:

(1)   Litigation – At the present time, I am aware of the following lawsuits that are nothing but political in nature and are making Plaquemines the laughing stock of the regional legal and business community: 616 more words


♪ Snippets, Snippets, I Got Snippets ♪ …

I came across a few tidbits, or snippets yesterday that I thought were deserving of a mention.  So, I am mentioning them.  The first involves one of my favourite people to snark about, former Maricopa County, Arizona, sheriff Joe Arpaio!  1,204 more words

Political Commentary

The Lawsuit for All the Money in the World... And More

When Anton Purisima was bitten by a dog, he believed someone should have to pay — and pay a lot. The “someone” was a whole bunch of individuals and corporations named in his lawsuit. 381 more words

Laws And Lawyers

Lawsuit: 'I am not Mr. Bean!'

A Social Justice Studies professor at Mordor State University has sued a fictional character for “making people think I’m him.”

Dr. Che Lastima says the well-known comic character, Mr. 105 more words

Just For Fun

Losers Pay

It’s holiday season, so, like you, I’m spending more time at get-togethers with people like the guy who was lecturing other party-goers the other night about the evils of our court system. 710 more words


College Now Using Virtual Invisible Ink for Email Messages

DYSTOPIA–The text-free welcome message sent to all students, faculty, and staff at the beginning of the spring semester resulted neither from human error nor from an email system error as many had speculated, Dystopia College President Overly Payeed-Admyn said today.   431 more words

It Seems to Me That Stuff Plays Such a Large Part of Our Stuff That the Stuff We Value Gets Stuffed Away Where No Stuff Should Be Stuffed, Rendering It Useless Stuff

I’ve been toying with a story idea I’d like to run past you. It would parallel real life and go something like this:

Kelly awoke startled by her bed-blaster alarm clock. 356 more words

On Writing