Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Rebuttle: Boot Straps and Lawyers

This blog was created with the intent to refute, affirm, or enlighten the author of Boot Straps and Lawyers. I will refrain from anonomously belittling him on his blog, as that is somewhat distasteful, or acting like one of his groupies who believe a comment is always necessary and should be longer than a novel.

1L's at Firm Receptions - You don't wanna be Farva on Super Troopers

Ethiopian Resturants - Last time I checked China had horrible human rights violations and N. Korea is famine stricken; we've been eating Chinese and Korean food for a long time. Why take Ethiopia's side? We eat out Outback, have the bloomin onion, but that food is not indigenous to Australia, so why does it matter if the Ethiopian restaurant you refer to isn't selling only water and crackers?

Valentines Day - We should revert to the old days of the Roman empire. "As early as the fourth century B.C., the Romans engaged in an annual young man's rite to passage to the God Lupercus. The names of the teenage women were placed in a box and drawn at random by adolescent men; thus, a man was assigned a woman companion for the duration of the year, after which another lottery was staged." Or I can be Emporar Claudius II and propose an edict forbidding marriage because "married men were more emotionally attached to their families, and thus will not make good soldiers." I interpret soldiers in the 21st century as meaning a single man living his life.

I spent my last two Valentines Days snowboarding in Steamboat and at the Silk Stocking...


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