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Why I Love Police Cruiser Cams

Since police patrol cars started using in-car cameras in the 1980′s (see whitepaper on the progression of the technology), they’ve become ubiquitous. Combined with YouTube, they’re contributed to the entertainment of millions, in addition to showcasing the often harrowing working conditions of the men and women in blue. The latest to make the rounds is a video which police allege shows an accused bank robber purportedly eating the demand note.

Volokh Conspiracy, A Snack Incident to Arrest; Josh Blackman

Sometimes the officers themselves provide the entertainment.

More often than not, it’s the idiocy of the public they’re sworn to protect that provides the entertainment – from my home state of Maine (un-bleeped version). The accents really crack me up in this one.

The Streetwalking Lawyers Of Aurora Avenue (the Future of Lawyer Advertising?)

via Scott Greenfield and Jeremy Richey

For the uninitiated (like me), Almost Live was a local sketch comedy show based in Seattle. Aurora Avenue has the reputation you might expect from the skit.

Cartoon: How Innocent Can You Afford to Be?

This would be funnier if there weren’t some truth to it. Read the rest of this entry »

A Dilbert Cartoon For the Antitrust Lawyers Read the rest of this entry »

Cartoon: What flower says you’re sorry without admitting wrongdoing?

From the New Yorker

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