From the sublime to the ridiculous:
Image: Two bathroom doors. The one on the left has a stick figure of a human and below it, the words “People who don’t pee on seats or floors, don’t steal plumbing fixtures or toilet paper rolls, throw paper towels in trash cans, flush, and only write witty and entertaining graffiti.” The one on the right has a stick figure of a pig’s face and below it, the words “People who pee on seats and floors, steal plumbing fixtures and toilet paper rolls, throw paper towels on floor, don’t flush, and write disgusting or boring graffiti.”
More accurately, searching for tester /s standing; yielded this gem:
the … court found that items such as a pry bar, an electric circuit tester, a flashlight, and a feeler gauge were not criminal instruments even when found on a person standing in a pawn shop doorway at two o’clock in the morning.
Item 1: Advances in Medical Modesty. During yesterday’s installment of the Further Adventures of Amy’s Scoliosis, I was offered not only the traditional hospital gown, but these attractive . . . disposable basketball shorts? Designed to be one-size-fits-all, they were really more like capris on me, but I did appreciate the coverage.
Item 2: I have identified the Worst Pants Ever, possibly the Worst Clothing Item Ever: Goat Suede Track Pants. You might think this comes from a Seinfeldian parody of the J. Peterman Catalog, but it is actually on offer from the good folks at Orvis for the entirely reasonable price of $395.
I’ll just stick with my LL Bean mom jeans, thanks.
But think of the SOCIETAL cost as packs of feral law students roam the hot summer streets in their new suits looking for $100 lunches and getting in knife fights over memo formatting.
A hilarious Graduation Bingo card has been making the rounds of Facebook, with squares like “ethnic name is awkwardly pronounced” and “someone in your line of sight is wearing Canucks gear.” Evidently, the graduation was in Vancouver.
This inspired me to compose ADA Defense Counsel Bingo. (MS Word version here.) Some of these are more common than others; all of these are real.