There have been two types of post that have driven most of the traffic on this blog: photos of my dogs; and my attempt to start an internet meme with the photo of Gus Fring being blown up by the mobster who used a wheelchair (MWD?). So I try to publish my deep thoughts about disability rights, the practice of law, and adventures in trial technology, and what my immense readership really wants to see is photos of cute dogs and guys with their heads blown off.
This reminded me of one of my favorite Saturday Night Live sketches: Kevin Nealon with No Attention Span News. Not the funniest perhaps, but one that was excruciatingly accurate in portraying what it feels like to try to talk about something important but boring. (Sorry for the ad. It’s worth it. Keep watching.)
With these thoughts in mind, I decided that we needed a more attention-grabbing way of presenting the ADA. Lacking the copyright to the image of Gus Fring, but blessed with two very cute dogs, I decided to inaugurate The Cute Puppies’ Guide to Title III of the ADA:
There now! Don’t you feel inspired to learn more? You can check in from time to time on the FoxRobBlog, which will also have scintillating news of our latest case adventures and legal developments. And puppies!
“The Cute Puppies’ Guide to Title III of the ADA” stands to become a classic of legal education. Moreover, it will almost certainly enhance warm, fuzzy feelings toward Title III of the ADA. Question: Have you ever showed pictures of cute puppies during a summation to a jury? Just a thought.