Category Archives: General

A PR Catch-22

Here is an interesting case: The Pittsburgh Zoo has been sued by a mother whose child died at one of the exhibits. The mother stood her child on the railing of the African Painted Dog exhibit and turned her back. The child fell into the display, bouncing off the safety net into the exhibit, and […]

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Purpose of Law

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Why You Proofread In Every Situation

On college basketball’s largest stage, there was one glaring error that could have been easily prevented with just one little proofread. Apparently, next year’s Final Four will be in “Alanta” Georgia.

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Maxim of the Week

“One must not change his purpose to the injury of another.”

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Maxim of the Week

The practice of adding and annulling laws is a most dangerous one. (“Leges figendi et refigendi consuetudo est periculosissima.”)

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