Dershowitz Breaks Mideast Deadlock, Promises to Fix

The Israeli daily newspaper Haaretz announced September 25, 2012, that Harvard law professor and Israel advocate Alan Dershowitz had broken the deadlock between Israel and the Palestinian Authority with a revolutionary new plan for a settlement freeze. Details of the plan, however, indicate that the deadlock will be easy to repair. Read more Dershowitz Breaks Mideast Deadlock, Promises to Fix

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Review of Motorola’s Amazing DynaTac 8000

First off I want to thank Motorola for sending me this phone. I know they are having a hard time keeping these in stock due to popular demand.

To start with, I plugged the DynaTac into my clothes dryer outlet because unfortunately it doesn’t use a standard outlet. This was slightly inconvenient but it’s a small price to pay for the abilities of this phone. Read more Review of Motorola’s Amazing DynaTac 8000

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Lewd, Lascivious Lawyer Legal Literature

A LEWD, LASCIVIOUS LOOK AT OUR LOCAL LAW LIBRARY.

They say that lawyers are a breed apart. In fact, we should wonder if they should really even be considered a part of the human species at all, especially as evidenced by a peek at these books found at our local campus law library:

Famous Humanistic Lawyers

A three page book; one of those being the title page and the other the Table of Contents. Read more Lewd, Lascivious Lawyer Legal Literature

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Madden Players Association in Heated Lockout

GREENVILLE, NC – Sports media has covered many lockouts over the years, but have yet to address the major Madden ’13 lockout that is intensifying in many homes across the country.

The lockout occurred after EA sports stopped providing catered food services at their tournaments. This initial outrage has only grown.

“The life of a professional gamer isn’t as illustrious as people would believe,” stated Pete Gallagher, Director of the Madden Player Association, living in Greenville, North Carolina. Read more Madden Players Association in Heated Lockout

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Guy Discovers Breaking Bad, Thinks He’s Broken Bad

Jason Rosen, a casual TV watcher from Wichita, Kansas, recently discovered the AMC original series “Breaking Bad” through Netflix, and now thinks he is a hardened man of the world.

“When I see Skylar bust [Walter’s] balls, I think to myself, ‘listen woman, you don’t KNOW who I am!’ but then I back off and realize she’s just a meth wife,” said Rosenberg. Read more Guy Discovers Breaking Bad, Thinks He’s Broken Bad

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