Saturday, November 7, 2015

Food Court


The Austin County Bar meets on Tuesday, November 10th at noon. 

On December 3rd at 7:00 pm in Sealy, two justices from the Texas Supreme Court and one candidate for Supreme Court will be at Tony’s to meet and answer questions.  

I'm very comfortable criticizing someone behind their back. That's probably not a good trait.

Filing my first suit in Food Court tomorrow.


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At least 10,000 rape kits are untested in Florida

Nov 6, 2015, 7:44 am CST

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SMALL LAW FIRMS

Business Cards: The Original Avatars

By KEITH LEE | November 5, 2015 at 3:01 PM
Will business cards last forever? Unlikely. But keep carrying them until technology takes over.



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Kasey


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Appeals court didn't have power to reinstate $10.1B award in cigarette case, top state court says

Nov 6, 2015, 5:45 am CST


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image: http://cdn.shutterbug.com/images/styles/600_wide/public/Canon-Portrait-video.jpg?itok=xjAchfbO

As the revealing video below shows, portraits can be shaped by the photographer’s point of view rather than just by the subject being documented. Created by The Lab in conjunction with Canon Australia, the clip features six photographers, one portrait subject and an unexpected twist. The twist consisted of the (mis)information each photographer was given regarding the person being photographed.
The photographers entered the studio individually and were told a bit about the subject, whose name is Michael. The fictional back stories on Michael ranged from him being a self-made millionaire to a hero, ex-inmate, fisherman, psychic and a former alcoholic.
In reality, he is none of those things. Consquently, their finished portraits range wildly in style and context.
The video, called "The Decoy," runs about three-minutes and is a very eye-opening experience in that it makes us stop and rethink how portraits should be created.

Read more at http://www.shutterbug.com/content/lab-pushes-boundaries-photography-decoy#EvesJblmfQDR7mWh.99




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Appeals judge absent from work 13 months agrees to voluntary unpaid suspension




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