This video will be tramuatic to many. It's instructive, however, in the dangers of hesitating in the face of danger.
A picnic turned tragic for a family of five when a torrential wave caused by heavy rain swept them away at a waterfall in Patalpani in Indore.
While two of the family managed to swim to safety, three others including 22-year-old cousins Chhavi and Modita and Modita's father Chandrashekhar drowned to death as the wave swept them away while they were enjoying at a waterfall in Patalpani.
Yep, we still have both in the United States. Any man who marries a woman who earns less than he does is risks his life and his freedom. The divorce rate is 50%, and women file for divorce 70% of the time. Why wouldn't a woman file for divorce, given that it's like winning the lottery?
It's also the case that no male should fight for any feminist movement. Despite the lies, American males are the oppressed class. Feminism is not about equal rights. Feminism's sole goal is the destruction and domination of men.
No one in the criminal defense blogosphere seems to like "Strike Lawyer" much, mainly because he's crazy while not insane. He had a prophetic post today:
It’s a little weird for a jury to be out for a long time and not ask any questions.
One thing that might be going on is that they, or at least some of them, don’t trust the judge. The questions always go to the judge first. If there’s a feeling that the judge is not a reliable source of information, that could result in eschewing the idea of looking to him for information or guidance.
I dunno...People die. Guys in perfect health with work-life balance drop dead while taking a jog on the beach. Who knows if she died of "overwork." While people talk about overwork, it's likely the girl died of overstatus.
Young lawyers don't work at Skadden because the work is interesting. People work at Skadden for the business card. It's just so awesome and flashy to show everyone how much better you are because of the Skadden card. That card is status.
Now one might ask what the point of the status is. Other ugly lawyers think you're tits for working at Skadden? That's who you want to impress. Why? It's not going to get you laid (well, other ugly lawyers will want to fuck you, I guess), and if you're at Skadden, earning money as a lawyer will never be a problem. You'll always be able to make at least a hundred grand.
If you're going to work Skadden hours, it's totally moronic to work those hours at Skadden. Go to a law firm where you'll actually make partner, take some vacations, and actually have a weekend or two off a month.
But then you wouldn't get that nice business card, would you?
I answered a phone number from a blocked call. A kind soul informed me that he was a process server paying me a courtesy call. He had tried serving me twice at my home, and now was going to serve me at my place of employment. Isn't that thoughtful?
Who would want to be served with process at the office? How embarassing. No doubt I should arrange to have him serve me.
Of course, this isn't how process servers work. If they can't find you, they assume you're hiding from them. You don't warn someone who is hiding from you that you're coming to get them. Some uninformed souls would no doubt be tricked.
I asked for the caller's name and phone number. He identified himself as Paul Hughes of Process Serving Incorporated. He gave me a telephone number to call (888-753-3849) as well as a case number.
I immediately called 888-753-3849. A man answered with this greeting, "Corporate Office." I asked him what company resided there. "There are two entities," he told me. I asked him to identify them. He would not.
He then asked me for my case number so that he could route my call. I told him his company was a scam, and he hung up.
A couple of minutes later, I received another call from a blocked number. Someone who identified himself as David Allen was upset that I'd call his company a scam. He did, however, want to talk to me about an alleged debt.
Unfortunately for him, I monitor my credit report. There is no debt to collect on. He insisted I was wrong.
He then gave me the last four digits of someone's Social Security Number. So I had some fun:
My friends are consumer class action lawyers, and I'm actually doing an investigation on their behalf. You are committing fraud! Look, you deal with some unsophisticated people that you can take advantage of. I get that. I am going to call the police. This is a crime! I'm sure you're able to intimidate most people you talk to. This won't work on me. Shame on you, for impersonating someone to get information!
He hung up on me, leaving me to wonder whether I should track him down.