The NY Times tasted and ranked wines for the poor starving students of the world ($10/bottle and under). Well, maybe not specifically for starving law students, but details, details. Yours truly will start with #3, which she found for $11.99.
Update: decant before drinking.
God responds to Senator Ernie Chambers’ lawsuit. He stated that free will is a crucial part of humanity; he also stated that he is not subject to the court’s jurisdiction. (Tieki Rae has blogged about the lawsuit in question.)
Details of Hillary’s health plan. Analysis to come soon. (Hat tip: Stubborn Facts.)
On over-medicating (or rather, medicating at all) shy kids. Nothing wrong with a little introversion.
An Ohio police officer has been placed on paid administrative leave after using Taswring a woman seven times. Now, this pachyderm sympathises with cops who have to handle unruly and violent persons in the course of their duty. She can’t help but think, however, that anyone who had been Tasered, say, four or five times, would be a little violent and perturbed. The incident ended when the cop hit her with a seventh stun, and she, being handcuffed, fell to the ground and was knocked unconscious.
Pachyderm prediction: reduced charges in exchange for a deal to not sue the city.