Friday Links

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that this Sunday the final episode of “Breaking Bad” airs on AMC. We’re crestfallen. But we’re excited. We can’t wait.  We love Bob Odenkirk’s portrayal of Saul Goodman, the crooked lawyer who advises anti-hero Walter White. So, today, we pause to reflect upon Breaking Bad: All Bad Things, a digital comic book published earlier this year (which we didn’t know about until we Googled the search term “Breaking Bad Comic Book.”).  Quite frankly, we’re not sure how we’re going to cope without “Breaking Bad,” and we can only guess what is in store for the characters on the series who (currently) remain alive. We assumed there had to be some type of adaptation, and we were right. For more on this issue (and to read it!), please see here and here.

In music news, Roger Waters regrets suing Pink Floyd.

The Legal Geeks pick apart the “spotty” legal record in the television show “Veronica Mars.”

You could buy Kurt Cobain’s childhood home for only $500,000!

We’ve cited an 1884 “dead horse” law in any of our briefings, but not too long ago, the Internal Revenue Service did.  For more, see here.

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