Marjorie Taylor Greene, JK Rowland and Ellen, college football cancelling, unemployment debate, and rehashing 2000 election in Linky Friday
Linky Friday, Ordinary Times’ end-of-the-week tradition of bringing you items from around the web to read, share, and discuss
News, notes, and notions in today’s Ordinary World links for you to read, share, and discuss with the commentareum at Ordinary Times
Linky Friday, Ordinary Times’ end of the week tradition brings you items to read, share, and discuss from around the web, from culture, to politics, to that Joe Biden interview everyone will be talking about.
Desperate times call for desperate measures. Fortunately, Ordinary Times’ Friday tradition of links to read, share, and discuss is here for you.
Linky Friday is not cancelled, so Ordinary Times’ end of week tradition of bringing you stories from around the world and across the web is here for you to read, share, and discuss.
Linky Friday tries to steer you straight to end a week full of beginnings, endings, and everything in the middle. Or is it starting the weekend? Either way.
On the cusp of the 2020 primaries starting in Iowa on Monday, Throwback Thursday takes a look at some writing about primaries past from the pages of Ordinary Times
Your Wednesday Writs for this week include eminent domain and little pink houses, creepy judges, Trump above the law, Trump violating the law, a true crime and literary fraud, a dumb criminal, and more.
This week’s Writs include Santeria, a couple of alleged perverts, updates on the case against Botham Jean’s killer, Amazon faces product liability, Sublime and more.
It’s Wednesday Writs, West Virginia Day edition! WV Day isn’t until tomorrow, but now is a good time to brush up on how we became a state, in our case of the week. Also: several SCOTUS updates, a “Cops” expose, John Denver, and more!
Wednesday Writs are back with the Scopes Monkey Trial, SCOTUS updates, dumb lawyers and dumber criminals.
It’s time Wednesday Writs, your roundup of the best legal and law related links from around the web. This week: juvenile justice, illegal vegetable gardens, dumb criminals, Scooby Doo and more.
This week’s roundup includes the Pentagon Papers, sleeping defense attorneys, a Trump-adjacent judicial retirement, and a family going wild at WalMart.
This week’s round up includes the assassination of President Garfield, sex discrimination at Jones Day, lawyers behaving (very) badly, dumb criminals and more
This week’s Writs include a SCOTUS roundup, a courtroom battle of the beers, hovercraft moose hunting, dumb criminals and more.
Remember that time on Seinfeld when Kramer decided to opt out of mail, sparking a feud with the very sinister Postmaster General, Wilfred Brimley? Turns out, Kramer was within his rights- partially.