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Case of the Day - Monday, January 23, 2017

YEAH, LITERALLY

One of the many badges that marks us as curmudgeons, according to a recent book, is our preoccupation with proper language. It irritates us no end when people say “irregardless” when they mean “regardless,” say “affect” when they mean “effect,” or use “like” every third word or so. 930 more words

Do I need umbrella insurance?

Maybe you need umbrella insurance, maybe you don’t, it really depends how much assets 49 more words

Florida

Attention

I want attention
for lack of a better term
I want attention
But, really, it ain’t attention
All eyes on me
Nothing but my name… 122 more words

Poetry

Case of the Day - Wednesday, January 18, 2017

UNDER A SPREADING CHESTNUT TREE

The year 1929 ended badly for a lot of people, with the stock market crash wiping out millions. It started just as badly for one Lou Cotillo (not to be confused with… 881 more words

Case of the Day - Tuesday, January 17, 2017

DUMB ADULT STUNTS

All right, time to work off our over-indulgences of the holidays (turkey, stuffing, pumpkin pie, college football, and too much champagne on New Year’s Eve). 1,006 more words

California Court of Appeals Affirms “Going and Coming Rule”

The California Court of Appeals recently affirmed the longstanding “going and coming rule” in announcing that an employer was not responsible for the injuries suffered by employees who were… 474 more words

Personal Injury