The fact that PETA is suing Sea World for enslaving orcas is ridiculous on so many levels.
These are killer whales. They lost all their constitutional rights when they violated the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of food of the seals and fish they devoured while they were in the wild.
I consider their imprisonment justice for their misdeeds. Doing flips and splashing me with their tails a few times a day beats the hell out of picking up trash on the beach. They should stop complaining and clogging up the courts with their frivolous lawsuits.
I’ve been crazy busy with work for the past few weeks, and a lot has happened. Obviously, I haven’t been reading very much, but here’s a small sample.
An Outsider’s Guide to a Triathlon – Love Todd’s approach.
Justice is Not an Excuse for Jubilation – Pretty much how I feel about it all.
Gas Pump Activism – This. Is. Awsum.
Surprise! Woman finds 7-foot gator in bathroom – Had to read this just to make sure she didn’t find it in my bathroom. Of course, I’d be just as concerned about this woman wandering into the house as I would the gator.
Apocalypse later: what happens the day after we hit the debt ceiling – The horror. The horror.
Higher Education: The Next Asset Bubble? – If you consider college to be an investment, it’s reasonable to calculate your ROI before investing, right?
Social Media for Small Businesses: 6 Effective Strategies – Great tips here for one man shows!
Online Poker Legal Now (in D.C.) – I bet (haha) it won’t take long until this ripples out.
Twitter Shenanigans in Brevard County – I suspect someone may be overestimating their relevancy. I just haven't been here long enough to determine who that is in this case.
Welcome to Marikafka County, Arizona – Where the only way you can protect your attorney/client privilege is to waive your attorney/client privilege. This video of a court official stealing documents from a defense attorney's desk is unbelievable. Even more insane is what followed.
Amazon Turns On The Twitter Pump To Fuel Referral Fees – This is a good thing! People who are using their Twitter feeds just to sell will be ignored anyway. But if you're using it to genuinely recommend/refer people to cool products, they should recognize that. Nothing wrong with getting a little juice for helping them out.
Gore’s Dual Role in Spotlight – Back in college they called him "Double Down"–he was known for replacing most of the cards in the deck with aces.
Fire Your Clients! – Maybe good advice for people outside of real estate as well.
Dismantling America: Part II – Thomas Sowell's got smarts real good. If you don't subscribe to his RSS feed, well…you don't got them kinda smarts.
iPhone vs. I Phone – Is it a coincidence I went with an Android phone? Probably, but still…
Google Wave User’s Guide – Alternate title: Sudoku For Optimists