Tag Archives: Law

Zimmerman Trial and Protests.


The verdict for George Zimmerman came in not guilty.  Do not blame the jury.  Regardless of how they feel, they have to abide by what the judge tells them under Florida law. Trayvon Martin’s parents have shown great dignity.  Protesting … Continue reading

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George Zimmerman and Trayvon Martin, The Upcoming Trial.


No, I haven’t morphed into Nancy Grace.  That niche and brand is already well covered. I’m not a legal scholar, but I want lawyers and especially my friend Tereza Eliasz-Solomon to weigh in on this. First question.  If a 911 … Continue reading

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Dionne Warwick


Dionne Warwick filed for bankruptcy.  The object lessons are:  You can’t keep living that lifestyle if you are no longer on top in your business, and also the well heeled can end up with broken heels. Related articles We’ll Say … Continue reading

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August 31st, 2011 Morning Coffee.


Normally, I would be at work, but I’m still recovering from hernia surgery.  The talk was about the complex we live in and when the ladies will get their Social Security checks.  Slade has roped me into helping him with … Continue reading

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A Silly Look at Freedom of Speech


We have a chat at my workplace Chamberlain Group to help each other with troubleshooting machines.  Sometimes, we have fun with some silly comments.  My friend and co-worker Meg posted in response to another co-worker, that (and I am paraphrasing) … Continue reading

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