Monthly Archives: March 2012

Tignes, France


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Complete with a mini avalanche at the hotel. Here in the French Alps it’s been in the upper 50’s during the day causing tons of snow rumbling down into streets and buildings.

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Make Joseph Kony (Google him) Famous in 2012!


JOSEPH KONY IS ONE OF THE WORLD’S WORST WAR CRIMINALS AND I SUPPORT THE INTERNATIONAL EFFORT TO ARREST HIM, DISARM THE LRA AND BRING THE CHILD SOLDIERS HOME.

Make Joseph Kony famous in a way he will never be able to hide. Watch this video. You won’t be able to stop. Joseph Kony.

 

Leaving For a Bit….


For the next couple of weeks, I’ll be away. When I get back more on the Joe Helt story and the story of Gail Palmgren. The police in Tennessee say she died in a “tragic accident.” Friends of hers, think it was much more horrific than that. In the meantime, here’s a picture of where I’ll be. See if you can guess. The only hint…it is not anywhere in North America. Oh yeah and another thing. It’s all work! I don’t ski, skate or snowboard. The cold is not my friend.

Statutes of Limitations: New York, Mississippi, Illinois


Just for the heck of it, here are some statute of limitations in a few states.

“Statutes of limitations” are laws that set time limits on how long you have to file a “civil” lawsuit, like a personal injury lawsuit, or how long the state has to prosecute someone for committing a crime. These time limits usually depend on the legal claim or crime involved in the case, and they’re different from state to state. For example, in some states you may have three years to file a personal injury lawsuit after you were hurt in a car accident, but in other states you may have two years. As a general rule: Read the rest of this entry