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  1. RealReality10

    Which Podcasts Fuel Your Listening Pleasure?

    Hey! Didn't realize there was a podcast area until just now. I'm a true crime junkie. My favorite podcasts..in order 1. In the Dark - season 2. It's really rage inducing, but it's entertaining, insightful and important. For everyone to listen to. Also, case is under SCOTUS review right now so it's relevant 2. Dirty John 3. Doctor Death 4. Once Upon A Crime 5. Broken Hart's 6. The Drop Out 7. Swindled 8. Female Criminals 9. American Scandal 10. Slow Burn I'm listening to bear Brook now and it seems pretty good
  2. I totally agree with the first paragraph. As for the second, so she has to "work" 18 hours a week minimum or she has to study a minimum of 18 hours a week?
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    The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley

    Real talk though? The primary reason I love all these documentaries, books, podcasts and movies is because I find the story fascinating. But I also love that they keep the story in the spotlight so Holmes can't simply walk away from her shit circus and live a carefree and happy life while she messed up life for so many others, particularly Tyler Schultz, who I feel should be paid back the 400k his family spent in legal fees.
  4. She isn't going to get chemirinsky, but I'm sure there are law professors who want to be on TV. But there is a reason law school takes years.....you have to read A LOT, and then you should have a professor to help you put it all together so that you have a comprehensive understanding of a subject. And you have to do the same for a variety of subjects. I can't see a way where you can be successful without putting in a lot of work. Criminal law is generally not the hardest subject because there are clear elements and rules. And we've a at least had some exposure to criminal law on TV. But just wait until she gets to real property and future interests, or evidence, or California specific evidence, or civil procedure or California specific civil procedure......good luck with that!
  5. I'm not an education snob by any means, but.... yikes. There are some cases of jailhouse lawyers who are very competent and maybe have a HS degree or less, but those guys are like hidden geniuses who never had a chance in life.
  6. I suppose, but she would have to read the cases and the case law books. She would have to write the exams, because that's how you learn how to write and reason and do legal analysis. If she ever wants to actually work in a court she has to learn the legal writing, how to synthesize rules, how to write facts, how to acknowledge law the counters her position but reason around it. It's work, and to me, it's best and easiest done in the classroom setting, and no professor would be behaving ethically if they were to "pass" her without her putting in the work.
  7. Agree that you don't need to be exceptionally intelligent to matriculate through law school or even to pass the California bar. But there is a reason apprenticeship candidates who sit for the California bar have a 2.8% pass rate. It's because at the very least accredited law schools weed out as many people as they can who probably can't pass the california bar exam. And honestly, the bar exam has very little to do with the actual practice of law. It just doesn't. The reasoning skills should be the same, but writing a brief or a decision and writing a bar exam essay are completely different. You have to have memorized legal concepts and theories and be able to apply them. You're probably not going to have to have memorized areas of law and apply them in day to day practice. Additionally the California bar, between essays and MBEs can test broad concepts and minutia in like 12 subjects I believe. You're not going to learn ALL subjects by apprenticing for a practice that likely specializes in a few areas of law. If she really wants to practice law, this is a terrible way to do it. At least have enough respect for the profession to attend law school and put in the work.
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    Leaving Neverland

    This is why I refuse to even engage with apologists. It would make me stabby and put me at risk for the rage stroke I'm trying to avoid. So a grown man is having private "sleepovers" with your son, and buying you a rolls Royce and a house and this situation doesn't look like exactly what it is? My goodness, wolves take better care of their young. MJ is to blame for his actions, but these parents were willfully ignorant to the point of being complicit. You all could have bought a smaller house and driven a used Honda, but I guess a fancy house and a rolls Royce was what your son's innocence was worth.
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    The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/deadline.com/2019/04/the-dropout-hulu-limited-series-kate-mckinnon-star-elizabeth-holmes-fox-searchlight-television-abc-news-1202593032/amp/ Y'all! A new show about theranos, Kate McKinnon from SNL is playing Elizabeth so I'm not sure if McKinnon is going to test her range with drama or if this is going to be comedic somehow...but imma still watch!
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    Eric & Leida: Put It In Proper

    Ha ha, I know I do. You'll pry my nineties lingo from my cold, dead hands! So it could be me and you against the world 😉
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    Eric & Leida: Put It In Proper

    Well, it's good to know about that mentality. I'm never on social media and I'm disappointed to hear that rather than experience something, sometimes people really think it's important for others to think they experienced something.
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    Eric & Leida: Put It In Proper

    I don't understand this at all. Whenever I've been purse shopping I'll look in the mirror to make sure I look right. To me, the best part of the handbag is that it ties my look together and it gives me a place to put my Lifesavers and my wallet. I could care less if anyone knows I bought it at the MK store or at the Macy's or at Marshall's. Also, there is nothing classy about getting a fancy purse from a deadbeat dad.
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    Leaving Neverland

    Yes 😞 I just don't think I could listen to mj without risking a rage stroke.
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    Leaving Neverland

    *sigh* well, that sucked 😞
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    Colt & Larissa & Debbie: Me, You, and Bith Phtew

    Our expectations were grossly undermet!
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    S05. E18. Ready

    Maybe, it had better not be some storyline about anyone trying to steal his music. Sorry, but suspension of disbelief can only go so far
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    The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley

    To even start that analysis you'd have to make the assumption that she is human enough to care about whether or not she did anything wrong. I don't think she cares or has a moral compass. Someone compared her to Billy McFarland and I think they are the same in this regard to. I GUARANTEE you she will try to start another company (I may have read something about that too), the same way billy McFarland tried scamming THE EXACT SAME PEOPLE as he was out in bail. Neither of them will learn from their actions, because neither of them posses a moral code that may tell them that it's wrong to scam people, it's wrong to make up things and it's wrong to lie and fiddle with people's health. They just want to be billionaires and lauded as geniuses.
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    S02.E13: Sorry, Not Sorry

    Umm there is no shame in knowing where to find delicious meat sandwiches. No shame at all. Wear that knowledge with pride. ETA: they make chili and homemade Honeybaked hams!?!?!!!!!
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    S05. E18. Ready

    I was there with you once, but when someone pointed out the Henry thing, I could not unsee it. Chief of staff, POTUS, SoS, head of the FBI/CIA, national security advisor.....and some random dude to give an ethical opinion summary? I think Henry's character works better as the head of an NGO, where he works with the state department and POTUS for good causes he believes in. I think that position lends itself to Henry's personality, and it would mean having to actually fight his position in the trenches with everyone else, and not just make some random statement that everyone hangs on to. I watch the show so I like it. But I find Henry's situation/character ridiculous.
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    The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley

    I have recommended the book to multiple people and every single one of them found it just as fascinating as I found it. Everything I've consumed so far has been interesting, but I think the book is a best.
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    S05. E18. Ready

    They could have picked a better looking actor to play senator morejon's kid. Maybe it was the ridiculous styling, but I feel like noodle could do better. Way, way, way better. Again, why is Henry in the room? What are his qualifications again? I'd sure hope that my president came with a built in moral compass and didn't need to look to some random dude to make an ethical determination for me. It must be out of deference to Bess that people don't roll their eyes in his face. And how the heck did that cliche speech sway anyone's mind about anything. Henry always makes the second grader essay arguments and they always seem to work. It's ridiculous.
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    Colt & Larissa & Debbie: Me, You, and Bith Phtew

    I haven't watched HEA, but I might just knowing that this all ends in flames. It's like people who rubberneck at an accident scene...yeah you're annoyed as heck that everyone else is doing it, and you know there is an accident up there, but you know that by the time you get to the scene of the accident you want to take a look too. I mean maybe, it's just me, but it can't just be me making the roads glacially slow after an accident.
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    S02E12. Visits and Violations

    And hopefully they are issuing him a normal paycheck and keeping their finances separate.
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    S02E12. Visits and Violations

    He is 37 years old, and I don't think they can force him to file the police report. If they are smart they will very clearly and surgically removed him from their finances. He cannot and should not be involved in any of their business finances and he should be strictly paid as an employee. If they have their money is a trust he should not be a trustee. He should not be on any paperwork for the house, their vehicles or their business. They should not be using money from a trust to help pay for his house, they should not be cosigner's on his house or his car. They may have done something like this to help build his credit or whatever, but if their assets are comingled it will be easier for creditors to come after Clint's parents assets to satisfy judgments. Clint probably isn't worried because he can just declare bankruptcy. He is working the desk at a hotel, good luck getting 21k from him.
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    S02E12. Visits and Violations

    Ha ha, it's probably the Camaro. I'm not sure into muscle cars, so it's highly likely I got them mixed up. I assume the truck belongs to his dad. But I think the muscle car is his, and it's too new for him to have paid cash for it, so im pretty sure he has a lienholder and therefore comprehensive coverage that would transfer to the theft of a rental vehicle. But he would have to file a police report and assist the insurance company....which he will not do so he (and probably his parents) will be on the hook for the 21k. Does Tracie not even remember where she parked it? Or did she sell it for some drugs?
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