Our Favorite Posts of 2011

Now is the time that we, as consumers of media, are inundated with year end best-of lists. So, just as we did last year, we here at Abnormal Use have collected our favorite posts of this past year – our second full year of existence. If you’ve followed us from the very beginning, you know that we’ve posted at least every business day these past two calendar years. That’s a lot! Looking back over several hundred posts this year, it was difficult to choose our favorites. But, dear readers, the ones we enjoyed the most are linked for you below, along with their author and publication date. Fill yourself with nostalgia, just as we have, and revisit these entries from 2011.

The Stella Liebeck McDonald’s Hot Coffee Case FAQ (Jim Dedman, January 25, 2011)

Marketing vs. The Market: A Debate About Bilingual Warnings (Frances Zacher, February 2, 2011)

Songs about Lawyers, Judges, and Attorneys (Jim Dedman, March 14, 2011)

Star Wars Prequels Unreasonably Dangerous and Defective, South Carolina Federal Court Finds (Jim Dedman, April 1, 2011)

TV Review: TNT’s “Franklin & Bash” (Laura Simons, June 1, 2011)

Sweet Coffee: The Next Great Documentary? (Nick Farr, June 14, 2011)

Film Review: Susan Saladoff’s “Hot Coffee” Documentary (Nick Farr, June 27, 2011)

The Perils of Making Pop Culture References at Depositions (Jim Dedman, August 8, 2011)

Religion and Products Liability Square Off in New Jersey (Nick Farr, August 11, 2011)

Google Crashes – Literally (More on the Driverless Car Dilemma) (Frances Zacher, August 24, 2011)

New Jersey v. Henderson: A Self-Critical Look at the American Judicial System (Steven Buckingham, August 30, 2011)

The Life and Death of R.E.M. (Jim Dedman, September 26, 2011)

Dedman on Dedman v. Dedman (1927) (Jim Dedman, November 1, 2011)

I Want My Halloween (Steven Buckingham, November 3, 2011)

30th Anniversary: “Absence of Malice” (Mills Gallivan, December 13, 2011)

The Ultimate Malpractice: “Miracle on 34th Street” (Steven Buckingham, December 14, 2011)

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