I’m tempted to delete that
I’m tempted to delete that EU flag update so the Organized Anarchy can host an ALL NUDE very casual Friday session. But no, we’re purists on history revisionism, so today is going to be ALMOST ALL NUDE very casual Friday.
First off in the line up we’ve had this morning’s quotes from our thong-examining school administrator. Hope you all enjoyed the show, and remember, the litigation hasn’t even started yet.
Now, put your hands together and get your singles ready for the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, upholding the constitutional rights of 18-year-olds to work as strippers, and 18-year-olds to watch them strippers. There’s constutionally protected expression involved, and they’re adults, so watch out. [Essence Inc. v. Federal Heights, No. 00-1271.]
Finally, back to cap off our casual Friday is the Southwest Texas State University student who “won” $5,000,000 in a default judgment against people who sold a video tape of her engaged in very unladylike conduct while celebrating her 21st birthday. The default’s been set aside by a Hays County (Texas) Judge due to an error in the pleading (the named defendant did not exist). Let’s see how ladylike she is now!
So much for our mud-caked, slime-coated very casual Friday special feature here at the little sunburned law firm in San Diego. Remember to tip the ladies generously, and please visit one of our distinguished links on your way out.