Today is Video Games Day (or at least one of them). What does this have to do with law? Not a whole lot, admittedly, but heck, give me a topic and I'll make it work on a law blog. (See: Ides of March, dog breeds, and online dating.) When "Video......
We've reached mid-May and feel the urge to shout "beware the Ides of March." [ more › ]
Whoever said "beware the Ides of March" was extremely right: on that accursed date this year, two Canadians of ill repute had a verbal altercation in da club. By this, I obviously mean that disgraced Toronto mayor Rob Ford was insulted by churlish imp Justin Bieber at an exclusive Toronto nightclub. Read more...
Is your love based on a lie? Fear not! As the ‘New York Times’ "Vows" section tell us, sometimes that works out.
A bracket pitting Shakespeare's plays against each other led stage actor Paul O'Brien of Charleston, S.C., to break down the matchups.
by Hilary White, Rome Correspondent ROME, March 26, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) – “Diversity” training for teachers and students, to promote homosexuality under the rubric of opposing “homophobia,” is a first step toward an enforced ideology of “gender” that is nothing more than a form of soft totalitarianism,…
In January we introduced the idea of reporting on what it’s like to live with MS in different parts of the world. Well, February passed without me getting to it and now the Ides of March have already passed. I’d better get to it! In fact, with St. Patrick’s Day just over, it makes perfect [...]
The Ides of March are certainly providing a lot of market Volatility, partially due to all the revolting people around the globe; the NASD to NYSE Volume ratio ( speculation) made an all time high; but the CBOE put/call ratio yanked up 15 % points, a contrarily Bullish sign - more puts traded. Show More Summary
Another Ides of March successfully navigated. Now, on to green beer day....
Today’s the 2,076th anniversary of the assassination of the original Emperor, Julius Caesar (not accounting for the changeover to the newfangled Gregorian Calendar in 1752 — at least here in the colonies, your calendar zone may differ (YCZMD). Obviously Caesar did not heed the soothsayer’s advice about being ware.
The Ides of March mean CSBG shares its annual tweaks & changes they'd make to the comic book universe (like a Wonder Woman '77 comic...) and asks you to share yours!
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1. What fragrance are you wearing today? 2. What's the last fragrance you purchased, and are you happy with it? 3. Share something wonderful with us! It can be anything — something delicious you ate, a great movie you saw recently, vacation plans for later this year, the last good book you read, any fabulous news you recently received — really, anything...
A soothsayer bids you beware the ides of March. Dearest friends and Romans, it is time for some news: MLSE wants $10 million from the City to renovate BMO Field, David Soknacki likes the idea of region-specific tax levels, cyclists are mad as hell about snowed-in bike lanes and are not going to take it anymore, and road closures this St. Show More Summary
The concept is this – for the Ides of March, I tell you things that I’d have done in certain comics!! But don’t worry, I’m not talking about simple 20/20 hindsight things like pick a famous bad storyline and just say, “I wouldn’t have done that” or “You know that cool character? I wouldn’t have […]
By David Fabian: The ides of March have brought additional volatility in the form of increasing price fluctuations in many of the major indices we track. Despite briefly hitting a new high in the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) this month, we have seen an increase in fear brought on by slowing growth data in China and political uncertainty in Ukraine. Show More Summary
The Dalai Lama is a rare celebrity I admire. “10 Questions for the Dalai Lama”: And now the traditional “Beware the Ides of March” post — thanks to $0.02 for the reminder:
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Today's the day to keep one eye over your shoulder, or so the old saying goes. Since our backs are usually nestled in between couch cushions in front of the TV, we actually feel pretty safe. But we know a few people out there in TV Land who definitely deserve to be taken down a notch or two, and we have just the recipe for each one. Show More Summary