Now is the time that we, as consumers of media, are inundated with year end best-of lists. So, just as we have done in years past, we here at Abnormal Use have collected our favorite posts of this past year. If you’ve followed us from the very beginning, you know that we’ve posted at least every business day since January of 2010. That’s a lot! Looking back over our 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.
So, without further ado, fill yourself with nostalgia, just as we have, and revisit these entries from 2014.
Little League Celebration: Part of the Game or Negligent Act? (Nick Farr, January 21, 2014)
Mötley Crüe Contracts to Dissolve, But Who Are They Kidding? (Nick Farr, February 3, 2014)
Man Sues After Choking During Live Fish Eating Contest At Tennessee Haunted House (Rob Green, March 12, 2014)
The Legacy of Kurt Cobain (A Law Blog’s Perspective) (Jim Dedman, April 7, 2014)
Law Day: The Great Equalizers (Mills Gallivan, May 1, 2014)
Four Decades After Its Release, “Stairway To Heaven” May Be Litigated (Jessica Waller, June 2, 2014)
The Wood-Shelving, Aged Cheese Incident (Lindsay Joyner, June 24, 2014)
R.I.P. Buckyballs (Nick Farr, July 22, 2014)
Former Oppressive Dictator Sues Video Game Creator For Portraying Him As An Oppressive Dictator (Kyle White, July 29, 2014)
20 Years of McDonald’s Hot Coffee Case Rhetoric (Nick Farr, August 12, 2014)
The McDonald’s Hot Coffee Case: Revisiting The Eyewitness Trial Testimony (Jim Dedman, August 13, 2014)
Social Media Perils: Attempted Impeachment By Blog Post? (Jim Dedman, October 6, 2014)
“You Drawin’ Me?” ‘Goodfella’ Sues ‘The Simpsons’ (Rob Green, November 26, 2014)
The McDonald’s Hot Coffee Case, The JFK Assassination, And Expert Witness Dr. Charles R. Baxter (Jim Dedman, December 4, 2014)