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The Right Result

As punishment for its bounty system in which defensive players received cash awards for injuring opposing players the NFL has suspended New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton for the 2012 season without pay and indefinitely suspended the Saints former defensive … Continue reading

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Giants 21, Patriots 17

I had a bad feeling going into this game, with good reason. We didn’t sustain the 4th quarter drive to control the game. The Giants did.  End of story. The worst part is dealing with all the Giant fans in … Continue reading

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‘Aints No More

We love underdogs, and N.E. Patriots fans love just about any team that beats the Colts, so the Saints Super Bowl victory is sweet.  After many years of boring blowouts most recent Super Bowls have been just fun to watch.  … Continue reading

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Networking for $

A few days after Mark Zuckerberg apologized for how Facebook handled the rollout of its Beacon and Social Ads programs–”We’ve made a lot of mistakes building this feature, but we’ve made even more with how we’ve handled them. We simply … Continue reading

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Priming the Pump

In the blur of class preparation, reading papers, meetings with students, social engagements, workouts, and late-night Patriots games my desktop has become jammed with articles and ideas. Since I can’t go back in time I’ll clear the slate with these … Continue reading

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Rumplestilts-berg

Maybe Mark Zuckerberg’s youth–he’s 23–explains Facebook’s ham-fisted schemes to weave its users’ personal information into skeins of gold. I don’t believe his purposes are nefarious. As Facebook Beacon and Facebook Social Ads show, he does have a knack for letting … Continue reading

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Legal Careers

A comment on my post Not Covered by LSAT Prep takes exception–quite respectful exception–to my statement that “If you can’t assess and accept the risks of spending three years and $150,000 to earn a law degree there is a simple … Continue reading

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