Your lack of service does not make you a lesser citizen or unworthy of respect. Your success is not tainted by what you think is a catastrophic failure.
Your weekly round-up of law and legal related links from around the web. This week: lawyer/dad jokes, genetic predisposition as defense of violent crime, SCOTUS updates and more.
20th Century Problems
“So you’re saying this won’t be on the test?”
Oscar Gordon brings this weeks Tech Tuesday with stories about Mars still being far from a routine trip, ISS is almost old enough to drink, the pinwheel of death, fun with hydrogen, cancer killing viruses, the fossil record, and more.
Dressing like a grownup.
You are trying to balance two environmental disasters against each other, with catastrophe looming on either end.
Your Ordinary World for 3 Dec 2019 with links to stories about Brexit, China, India, Pakistan, France, Russia, Japan, Canada, and Nigeria where the president has announced that he is not, in fact, a clone.
Just watch the video and bask in the sight of one of the 20th century’s great entertainers at the absolute height of his powers.
Spongebob is the character I needed but never had growing up.
Done for the season.
Ordinary Sunday Brunch with Sunday Morning cultural links to stories about music, art, history, and food to read, share, and discuss.
Warning: glitter farts may occur within.
If you like things a bit off the beaten path, check these movies out.
And her hair blown right in my face!
The 41st President, George Herbert Walker Bush, has died at 94. His biography, from shot down naval aviator in WW2, to election to the House, failed Senate candidate, UN ambassador, leading the CIA, and VP to President Reagan before his own rise to the White House, is astonishing.
Grim Dawn reminds me of Diablo 2, kinda.
Amber Guyger has been indicted for murder.
It is a given that at some point during almost any discussion about school reform, a reference to Finland’s education system will arise. However, a closer look at Finland’s education system and reforms raises questions about the popular narrative of its education system.
My (brief) life as a labor activist.
Linky Friday, Ordinary Times’ end-of-week tradition of bringing you links from across the web and around the world. This week, A Bit of History with stories, photos, videos, music, and more for you to read, share, and discuss.
Almost everybody knows Jack.
Take a deep breath while you can, while we prepare to pass through the in-between.
41 years after Youngstown’s “Black Monday” meant 5,000 lost jobs immediately and tens of thousands more to follow, the Mahoning Valley endures another day of 4-digit job loss with closure of General Motor’s Lordstown complex.
Your Ordinary World links for 29 Nov 2018 with Scott J Davies bringing us links about education to read, share, and discuss.
Welcome Back to Ordinary Times! We’re getting some certification errors that should resolve soon.
The civil rights party realignment didn’t really happen until 2008.
This week’s round-up of the best and most interesting law-related links from around the web, featuring med mal, criminal law developments, Alec Baldwin, and more.
All that is done can be undone.
Emantic Bradford Jr. had been a good guy with a gun. An officer with the Hoover Police Department shot him to death anyway.
Many of the arguments about gerrymandering now fall back on complex mathematical overlays to geography and the Civil Rights Act, but the Supreme Court justices remain bewildered and unimpressed. There is, however, a much more elegant and simple solution to the problem that allows for a far fairer representative system: eliminate the district lines altogether.
I vote for Corporate Merger Jesus.
Forgive any mistakes.
In banning Jesse Kelly, Twitter managed to create a martyr and shoot themselves in the foot at the same time.