How about this as our start to our March Blog? Life is just crazy.
I was up late last night because Geoff Glick and I went to the Wizards/Golden State game. When a game starts at 8P… you know you are in trouble the next day.
I meant to post this earlier in the negotiation blog but I got distracted.
Have you noticed that Our Blog is a bit of wandering?
By the way, did you know that An Estee Lauder perfume called “Country Mist” had disappointing sales in Germany. That’s because the word “Mist” is slang for manure in German! Boom!
I am getting ready for some football. The NFL Combine is about to start, which causes me to post some crazy Peyton Manning pictures. Just because.
I know… you are asking yourself… wait a second. Although, I have a feeling that you are asking yourself nothing about right now! You just keep looking back at these Manning pictures and smiling. At least that’s what I do.
I feel like I need to throw something legal in here, because this is a legal blog. Right? Hmm…
Before 1941, fingerprints were not accepted as evidence in court. Prior to that time, it was not an established fact that no two fingerprints were alike. Today, the only way fingerprints are not be allowed as evidence is if the defense can prove that there are, in fact, two sets of fingerprints somewhere in the world that match.
Did you know that a Cobbler is someone who makes, mends or repairs shoes? So what is someone who makes Apple Cobbler? Just sayin’.
OK, I am at the end. I realize that I had nothing for the blog today and we just wandered together. Just like Our pic o’ for today. It’s not really a blog… it is an event! This is what happens when you stay up too late.