Brooklyn law profs talking about Domino’s Brooklyn-style pizza – may or may not be something that ought to be regulated (kind of like how in France, Champagne is only the stuff made in the Champagne region; anything else is sparkling wine). At the least I would agree with the profs: the ads for the Domino Brooklyn-style pizza doesn’t exactly move past Brooklyn stereotypes — which isn’t fair to Brooklyn.
Dahlia Lithwick commenting on Slate about this sexy ad in a Massachusetts legal magazine. The debate is whether this ad is that demeaning toward women (ad wherein scantilly-clad sexy lady’s smooching what appears to be a pretty boy lawyer – promoting custom tailors for lawyers – yeah, right). Personally, if such ads were to show up in the ABA Journal or even the NYS Bar Assoc’s publication – well, maybe more people would read the stuff. Sex sells, unfortunately; James Bond certainly knows it. But is it discrimination? Uh, well… don’t know. Got to think about it more. At least the man on the ad looks mighty nice, except not as scantilly-clad – so, equal opportunity would be nice.
Anyway, hope my linking to legalish articles doesn’t mean I’m violating professional ethics in any way – this isn’t meant to advertise my lawyer services or even to hold myself out as an expert in any way. Geez, I wonder if changes in the ethics code would affect whole websites like Findlaw – where lawyers abound – or even someone like Dahlia Lithwick (who’s more journalist these days than lawyer)… Heh…
Was Colonel Sanders of Kentucky Fried Chicken fame a real colonel?
The Mars Global Surveyor may have met its end.
The idea of college presidents blogging… well, it’s kind of weird to think about, to say the least.