The [Monday] Papers
The Flying Saucer was the hit of the Renegade Craft Fair this weekend, and it was a blast working the booth with the fine Flying Saucer family, whom I'm proud to call my friends. Also, a shout-out to Naomi from TipsyCake, who served scrumptious sweets, and the folks at Mana for their version of the White Castle slider.
Now let's see if I catch up with the news.
The Daley Show
And while they're here, they might want to look at this.
"The store is considering new security measures for birds to prevent future thefts."
But first it will evaluate current procedures to see if there's a problem.
The police department did not say whether it would review current procedures to see if there's a problem.
Isn't It Unironic?
Beachwood Monday Night!
"The lawyer, Clinton Krislov of Krislov & Associates in Chicago, objects to a ruling by the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that ordered a broad injunction barring his class-action litigation against Sears Roebuck, the National Law Journal reports. In a petition for rehearing, Krislov expressed his objections 'in tones of outrage that were 'over the top,' according to a Dec. 2 opinion (PDF posted by the National Law Journal) by the Chicago-based appeals court.
"Krislov contends Sears engaged in deceptive advertising by touting its stainless steel clothes dryers without revealing that some parts could rust and stain clothes."
Man Bites Man
"Dunkin' Donuts consulted with Dr. Alan Hirsch of the Smell and Taste Treatment of Research Foundation in Chicago to determine a bit of the psychology behind people's cookie-eating preferences. Hirsch speculated that 'head first [eating] . . . indicates an achievement-oriented individual . . . who won't take no for an answer.'"
"The potential for these claims has been lurking for awhile now, and the relevant FLSA principles are not new. What has changed is this: the explosion of 24/7 electronic communication has increased the frequency and expanded the circumstances, in which non-exempt employees perform after-hours and off-premises work. Join this with the strict requirements of a 70-year-old law that was designed for a bygone era, and you have the recipe for a lawsuit extravaganza."
Shopping With Kid Rock And Maroon 5
Too Much Democracy?
The Man Card Crew
You Shoulda Been There
Lions On The Verge
The Beachwood Tip Line: Break through.
Posted on December 6, 2010
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