Thursday, March 3, 2016

Glacial


  • The slow-moving Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline finally banned ex-Judge Steven Jones from ever sitting on the bench again. [RJ]
  • A class action employment suit was filed against Ted Wiens Tire & Auto. [RJ]
  • Judge Eric Johnson wants more briefing in an ESA case. [Fox5Vegas]
  • Speaking of Judge Johnson, was recent vandalism to one of his campaign signs a random act or targeted act? [News3LV]
  • Career alternative? What it's like to be a stripper in Las Vegas. [RJ]

12 comments:

  1. Strippers are sort of lawyer hot. Like not really hot but passable add hot. There's a reason both strip clubs and court rooms are bathed in strobe and black lights

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    1. Just as anywhere, stripper hotness exists on a spectrum. In general, the average stripper is considerably hotter (looking) than the average divorced Green Valley soccer mom. But dating strippers can be a wild, expensive and potentially dangerous ride.

      I don't understand all the excitement over strip clubs. They're overpriced, loud, dirty, and mostly unsatisfying. You get far more bang for your entertainment buck over on Spring Mountain Road.

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  2. John Ritter forced into bankruptcy.
    http://www.reviewjournal.com/business/commercial-real-estate/creditors-file-force-focus-property-group-ceo-ritter-personal

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    1. I chuckled when I saw that the creditors are represented by the Gordon of Gordon Silver. I wonder how Gordon Silver creditors did at the end of the day?I am no fan of Focus group, but I am rooting for Ritter.

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    2. Thanks Michael Feder.

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    3. Ritter has another company and raised almost $50 million. He will be just fine.

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    4. 1:37,

      ROFL!! That never gets old.

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  3. I'd guess the graffiti on Judge Johnson's sign might suggest a "Charles Manson" connection, esp. with the location of the swastika.

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  4. New Ninth Circuit has more words for Judge Jones in Reno:

    https://cdn.ca9.uscourts.gov/datastore/memoranda/2016/03/02/14-15221.pdf

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    1. * New Ninth Circuit opinion

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    2. Lifetime tenure can breed weirdness and eccentricity. Why would Jones even care that the 9th Circuit repeatedly criticizes him?

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  5. So its some guys with lifetime tenure criticizing a guy with lifetime tenure. Yeah great

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