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Don't Cry for Pea Argentina

It’s only fitting that this post be written in a disgusting pea green colour, to match my disdain for peas, since… the incident. 

Allow me to set the scene for you: I go out for lunch at the Slug and Lettuce in Leicester Square (Lovely venue btw), the food is cheap for Central London, the cocktails are flowing, I am surrounded by friends, WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG! 863 more words

Arfid

Get Happy

I am posting my “get-happy” song for today because I need it and it helps.

I hope it’s contagious. Enjoy! :)

And here’s a bonus one because it’s a good reminder that your true colors bring the joy… I think. 8 more words

Blog

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Now that the Cabin Boy’s show cause hearing has been continued until the date of the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. trial, the next event is Tetyana Kimberlin’s show cause hearing on 14 July. 35 more words

Team Kimberlin

Looking Back and Forward: Reflections on Being a Blogger So Far

It’s been a long road for me as a blogger. I started Brotha Wolf more than six years ago, and have written numerous topics, particularly pertaining to race relations. 402 more words

On the Plight of Trolls and People

It is a universally acknowledged fact that trolls are immensely ugly. In fact, some may argue that they are the ugliest creatures on Earth.  While the adult phase of their life does admittedly yield extreme unbecomeliness, newly born offspring are downright detestable. 334 more words

High School Favorites

Patent Trolling Isn’t Dead — It’s Just Moving to Delaware

(Source: hbr.org)

Thanks to last month’s Supreme Court ruling in TC Heartland v. Kraft Foods, patent trolling in one popular legal jurisdiction may soon end. 791 more words

Money Matters

The Dignity of the Court

Because Bill Schmalfeldt did not appear for his show cause hearing, because none of the other parties in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit were directly prejudiced by Schmalfeldt’s actions, and because Judge Hecker is concerned about an offense against the dignity of the court, he has continued the show cause hearing until the first day of the trial on 21 August. 47 more words

Team Kimberlin