Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Form A Line To The Throne (Vikings 2-0)

I say play the playoff (if necessary) at Target Field. I also say the Twins should make it unnecessary.

Not much to mention from the Vikings game. It's weird to think that 92 yards rushing and a touchdown is disappointing, though.

(Closed Circuit to the Baseball Writers Association: Mauer for MVP!)

Can one of my lawyer readers answer this question: If you settle a lawsuit, and part of the settlement is that the defendant doesn't admit guilt, and the plaintiff's attorney then comes right out and says, "$200,000 sounds like an admission of misconduct to me," should the plaintiff's attorney forfeit all of his fee and be disbarred for breaking the agreement?

Maybe it's just me, but I think knowingly exposing someone to a deadly disease should be more than a misdemeanor.

A Florida man was arrested after killing his family. He said he wanted to kill himself, but that he wouldn't get into heaven if he committed suicide. Murdering 6 people doesn't bar you from heaven, but killing yourself afterward does? He also claims an evil spirit made him kill his family. I'm pretty sure that's a valid defense in Florida.

Muammar Qadaffi calls U.N. Security Council "Terrorism Council." Oddly, he then asked for a permanent seat for Libya.

Happy Birthday, Boss!

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Swiftee said...

"should the plaintiff's attorney forfeit all of his fee and be disbarred for breaking the agreement?"



Oh, wait. I get it...because he broke trust with his solemn oath to serve the public...right?

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA(But...but...they promised to uphold teh law!!!)HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAaaaaa!

Swiftee said...

Seriously.....the Bar needs to institute a thin pinstripe line and code of STFU, don't they, stool?


Swiftee said...

Hey, how about a "throw down writ"??

Bwaaaaahewhahahahehehehe! I'm killin' myself here! hehehehahahaha!

DiscordianStooge said...

I'm glad someone thinks you're funny.