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Creative writing about legal decisions.

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  • Under the “Oh!”: the Rogue Santa Edition

    Hark!  It is the bleak midwinter. I am a confirmed grinch. My heart is full of unwashed socks. Yet I also enjoy silent nights, peace on earth, and rest for all merry and gentle people. Rather than enter into a soul-baring post about my conflicted Christian upbringing, I will instead offer a few Sant … Read more »

  • Pay Me in Beer: the Snowfall Edition

    Hearkening back to Friday…..ah, that time of year thou mayst in Nova Scotia behold when we discover yet again to the surprise of many that winter comes to Nova Scotia, usually bringing a first snowfall, and chaos reigns.  I’ve edited the quote from law enforcement for clarity: “We [ONCE MORE AND AS … Read more »

  • The “Whole and Nothing But” Edition

    This post has been percolating in my head for a few weeks, as I stew about the news from south of the border, the confirmation of a Justice of the highest court in the land, and the statements of the President and members of the party putting his name forward, and the beginning of the aftermath.  Th … Read more »

  • Those Birds and their G.D. Screeches Edition

    Ok, totally sort of cool to get screeched in with some NL historical whatever.  Shall we screech the scallop?  I recall birds pecking incessantly at the tin chimney of my grandparents’ ranch house in Saskatchewan. So amusing to a 6 year old.  Less amusing to my mother. Are you verified screeachable? … Read more »

  • Dog Days of Summer: The Dog Ate My Alibi Edition

    There’s a new movie out, Dog Days, described by one reviewer as a “deeply naff feelgood dogcom” that “makes Marley and Me look like Citizen Kane, and is actually pretty creepy, in the way that only aggressively life affirming movies can be.”  Suggestion:  rewatch Dog Day Afternoon.  And check out lo … Read more »

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