Friday Links

As we noted yesterday, today is our third birthday. Depicted above is Steppenwolf’s At Your Birthday Party LP,  released way, way back in 1969.  (Hey, we can’t do a comic book cover every week!) Anyway, this record featured a number of great Steppenwolf tunes, including “Rock Me,” “Jupiter’s Child, and of course, “It’s Never Too Late,” our personal favorite. Indeed!

Best. Warning. Label Ever. (Thanks to Walter Olson of Overlawyered for pointing this one out.).

Friend of the blog Jonathan Sink has published his very first post over at the North Carolina Law Blog.  The title: “Oppositional Defiant Disorder: Waving Goodbye to Student Discipline in America’s Public Schools.”  That sounds heavy duty.

Our pal Jay Hornack a/k/a The Panic Street Lawyer, writing in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, shares his 10 favorite live concerts of 2012.

Here’s a good one for the new year: “11 Signs, Announcements, and Disclaimers That Are No Longer Necessary.”

We  hope you made it through the first week of 2013. We admit that it took some effort to get back into the swing of things. But here we are, back in blogging action, ready to bring you new content for the new year. Watch out!

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