Casualty of Capitalism

Exiled into Wilmington, Delaware by virtue of corporate layoffs. (Note: Unless otherwise stated, all photos on this blog are Copyright 2005, Michael Collins, and cannot be used without permission.)

Location: Wilmington, Delaware, United States

Graduate of University of Maryland School of Law; University of Maryland, College Park (Economics/Political Science).

Wednesday, April 13, 2005

Tax Time!

I won't have much to post tonight, because I have to figure out how much more money I have to feed to the government beast in order to keep it satisfied.

In the meantime, in anticipation of DC's first Opening Day in 34 years, here is a graphic showing the complete record of Presidential First Pitches. President George W. Bush will keep the tradition alive tomorrow afternoon. The Nats have a nice winning streak going heading into tomorrow's game. Let's hope the wins keep coming!

A nice little story about Cal Ripken, post retirement. See you at my wedding, Cal!

Metra, the Train of Death, strikes again.

Life imitates improbable law school exam question. How many issues can you spot and explain? (Explanation: law school exam questions usually involve outrageous scenarios concocted in the twisted minds of law professors that couldn't possibly ever happen in real life. Until sometimes they do. Your job: spot the issues, argue both positions. You have three hours.)

This is the ultimate criminal law exam question, with bonus civil procedure issues. Good luck.

A morality tale in the style of the Ant and the Grasshopper. Remember, kids. No matter how talented you are, to be the best you have to work the hardest.

FINAL NOTE: The program I use to upload pictures continues to thwart my efforts. I will keep trying.


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