Warning- there will be spoilers below for the season 2 finale of Legion. I will give a warning before discussing the spoilers.
Greeting, fans of law, flaws, and ... of course, TACOS! You dropped in to catch me catching up on dates, and the law. Well, following is my THIRD SEMI-ANNUAL post round up. As is standard, if you have a legal question, post it in the comments, and I’ll answer it in the next law blog.
Who doesn’t love ANIMALS!?!?! That’s right, coming in at Number One, in a shocker, Disney’s Animal Kingdom!
The big kahuna. The House of Mouse. The place where the magic never ends. That’s right ... it’s the third entry in our reviews of Disney World’s theme parks .... THE MAGIC KINGDOM.
So, after creating various list, primarily for my own enjoyment and others’ suffering, I realized something. Reading isn’t just fun, it’s FUNdamental. HA!
(The following list was determined by Colosson the Numberwang Robot and as the product of Maths cannot be argued with.)
So I’m resurrecting some lightly-edited drafts that I worked on a while ago and shelved, and thought I would share this one. It’s a shallow dive into the issues surrounding the recently passed FOSTA-SESTA bills. Please note that this is a short blog post, and I will be simplifying many of the issues either because…
Today’s special! LAW TACOS!
So, inspired by my last post here-
Greetings and recriminations, and welcome to a very special edition of the Law Blog. Today, I will be putting the recently, dearly-departed show The Americans into my personal top ten fave television shows.
Epcot! Yes, the Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow, or, as I like to call it, everyone’s favorite “Shut your pie hole, kid, Daddy has to get his drink on” theme park.
So it’s time to review some of the theme parks at Disney World / Orlando (We put the “duh” in Floriduh). This will be the next four posts, in roughly the order I think they are currently worth visiting. Expect to see, in order, Hollywood Studios, Epcot, Magic Kingdom, and then Animal Kingdom.
So this is the second part in my omnibus Disney review (Orlando/Disney World). Today, food!
Greetings, salutations, and recriminations! It has been some time since I posted the last in my irregular series on laws, flaws, and tacos, so I am back today with a brief missive that contain 100% no law-like substance (non-law like substance may possible cause rashes and/or anal leakage).
Greeting, fellow fans of laws, flaws, and tacos, It’s another day, another #slatetake. But this one ... isn’t so bad.
Greeting, fellow lovers of the law! Today, we discuss something that is surely not likely to be in any way controversial, and that is statutory rape. A recent article, and the comments thereto, brought this topic up-
Welcome to a two-part special edition of Loki’s Law Blog, where we have now managed to avoid discussing laws, flaws, and tacos for a very, very long time.
So a recent comment I made got me thinking to myself, “Self, what about precedent? What about stare decisis? And why do you keep watching Ultimate Beastmaster, even though, objectively, it is the worst show ever made?”
So I was reminded recently that there’s nothing creepier than seeing a wedding, and watching the bride and groom dance to “Every Breath You Take.”