Ginger Loblaw's Law Tumblr
Explosion of Aww
No one is stealing my phone, because this is now my permanent wallpaper. : pics A place to share photographs and pictures. Feel free to post your own, but please read the rules first (see below), and note that we are not a catch-all for general images (of screenshots, comics, etc.) Please mark spoilers like this:[text here](/spoiler) Hover over to read. No screenshots, pictures with added, or superimposed text.
gRhc0.jpg (JPEG Image, 220x300 pixels)
zd8ry.jpg (JPEG Image, 600x786 pixels) - Scaled (78
daWYo.jpg (JPEG Image, 487x650 pixels)
8lbTy.jpg (JPEG Image, 702x725 pixels)
9UCQl.jpg (JPEG Image, 1000x810 pixels) - Scaled (67
Works Every Time Upload images browse your computer drag and drop here
By Julie Shapiro DNAinfo Reporter/Producer SOUTH STREET SEAPORT — Imagine having an unlimited supply of beer at the touch of your finger. That’s the premise behind Keg no. 229, a new bar and restaurant on Front Street that is the first in New York to turn customers into bartenders by allowing them to dispense their own beer. Keg no. 229 features four "Table Tap" self-serve stations, each with two local craft beers. Thirsty patrons pick a station — Lake Placid Ubu Ale and Fire Island Lighthouse Ale, for example — pull up a stool and let the beer flow until their wallet runs dry. New York’s First Self-Serve Beer Bar Opens on Front Street
Hilarious Constitutional Law Professor’s Exam Directions | Law Riot
Pics pt 2
Judges Say The Funniest Things By Alec Meer on November 3rd, 2010 at 1:14 pm. Last night saw the first hearings in the case known as Schwarzenegger vs EMA, which concerns the Governator’s attempt to bring about a US-wide ban on the sale of violent video games to minors. Which sounds eminently reasonable, save for the fact that the US already has the ESRB ratings system, which anyone with even an eighth of a brain uses and enforces effectively. This law would remove all parental responsibility concerning what games their kids can play, and instead make it a criminal offence for retailers to sell adult-rated games to under 18s – as well as effectively putting the judgment as to which games contain “deviant violence” in the capricious hands of state authorities.