Greeting, fellow fans of laws, flaws, and tacos, It’s another day, another #slatetake. But this one ... isn’t so bad.
Greeting, fellow lovers of the law! Today, we discuss something that is surely not likely to be in any way controversial, and that is statutory rape. A recent article, and the comments thereto, brought this topic up-
Welcome to a two-part special edition of Loki’s Law Blog, where we have now managed to avoid discussing laws, flaws, and tacos for a very, very long time.
So a recent comment I made got me thinking to myself, “Self, what about precedent? What about stare decisis? And why do you keep watching Ultimate Beastmaster, even though, objectively, it is the worst show ever made?”
So I was reminded recently that there’s nothing creepier than seeing a wedding, and watching the bride and groom dance to “Every Breath You Take.”
Ho, Ho, Ho! And that’s 10 days for solicitation.
So, yeah, obligatory- SPOILERS!
Sometimes, you do something even though you know you shouldn’t. I mean, I know it’s cold out, but that pole won’t lick itself.
Happy non-specific holidays!
Greetings and recriminations!
Greeting, fellow fans of law, flaws, tacos, and bad takes on the media. You caught me catching up on some of my old favorites. Wait, who am I kidding. Just like any television show, when you run out of ideas, you just repackage your clips (it’s a flashback episode!). So we’re going to run through some of the past with…
Greeting, salutations, and recriminations! To celebrate my long period of, “Whatever, man, I’m not being paid for this,” I am returning with a longer post about a serious topic. And, unlike almost every other post, I will start by giving you a quick, easy, answer to the question posed.
Greetings, fans, all three of you! As you might remember, I had words of wisdom for those of you who wanted to go pro se (roughly translated as “I like to lose without knowing why”) here-
It is a new day, and time to officially bling up the title format for Loki’s Law Blog. In honor of today’s content, I will be putting Loki’s Law Blog in a parenthetical. This is, of course, the 30th installment. No one told me that there would be maths. And today we shall learn how to read a judicial opinion or other…
It’s been so long, I’m doing a daily double.
It’s been a while.
I promise that I will return to my regular law-blogging after this post. And you can trust me. After all, how does an attorney say, “Fuck you?”
So ... it’s been a while. But today, we are taking another break from all things laws, flaws, and tacos to go back to the well of media criticism and address something that has been spreading like kudzu across the Georgia landscape; the post-credits sequence.
Legalese. If you’ve ever had the misfortune of reading a contract, a complaint, or one of those licensing agreements wherein you agreed to give Google your first-born child and arbitrate all claims in Outer Mongolia, you understand exactly what I mean. The unending string of verbiage that occurs when you let loose a…
Greetings and salutations! I am back from one of my regularly scheduled hiatuses (leaving the country is easy, getting back in ... not so much), and rather than addressing a legal topic, I thought I would turn to an issue that has been occupying for too much of my brain matter recently-