Sunday, September 11, 2005


Clearing out the links:

Emergency couturewear via Anywhere but Here.

Blawging lawyer interviews

When you wish upon a star . . .

An analysis on whether punishment works.

Thank goodness she didn't get the full pedicure.

The Daily Iowan looks at UI cyber classes. I'm tempted to take a course or two. Meanwhile, the Iowa City public library has some downloadable books online. Way cool.

Blawg Review 23 is up at Preaching to the Perverted.

I wonder if this would have helped Katrina survivors with the drinking water shortage problem. Is it that powerful? If so, shouldn't people stock one in their emergency kits?

How Appealing notes: The Las Vegas couple accused of planting a human finger in a bowl of Wendy's chili pleaded guilty Friday in a San Jose courtroom to all of the charges against them. So sorry they won't be collecting on their threatened suit: "Ayala never imagined what damage she would cause when "the whole scheme was concocted" to plant the fingertip -- which Placencia had bought from a co-worker injured in an industrial accident -- and then sue Wendy's."

Discuss: The goddess of Justice is depicted blindfolded and holding a scale. But if she's blindfolded, how does she know which pan of the scale is heavier than the other?

Cat burglar.

In case you were wondering: why do you blog?

Who filed this suit, Homer Simpson?

Probable answer to this question:only if they're dogs.

L-cubed is closing up shop.

Just what we need . . . a new tort.

Side Notes has a bunch of linky things posted.

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