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Friday Night Open

Other than some prescheduled posts, see you tomorrow night or Sunday.

Mandy and others will cover tomorrow.


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Theodoric of York: [ steps toward the camera ] Wait a minute. Perhaps she’s right. Perhaps I’ve been wrong to blindly folow the medical traditions and superstitions of past centuries. Maybe we barbers should test these assumptions analytically, through experimentation and a “scientific method”. Maybe this scientific method could be extended to other fields of learning: the natural sciences, art, architecture, navigation. Perhaps I could lead the way to a new age, an age of rebirth, a Renaissance! [ thinks for a minute ] Naaaaaahhh!

    Paul in reply to Neo. | September 14, 2013 at 5:38 am

    Barbers had nothing to do with Navigation. It was the CARPENTER who made clocks!, John Harrison, who opened up the world to safe navigation.

    And yes, I know the post I am responding to is satire. But seeing as Yom Kippur is almost upon us, the truth ought to prevail over satire for at least one day. 🙂

Have an easy fast Professor. 🙂

Great of you to share such an interesting presentation.

May the LORD write your name in the book of life.

O’Mara spoke to the journalists at the time of the Shellie Zimmerman incident. And, in the clip, O’Mara says George now understands he must move out immediately.

O’Mara starts, at the beginning, saying he handles both divorces and criminal law. And, divorces are much more emotional.

One of O’Mara’s comments (you’ll hear if you listen to the link above), is that George Zimmerman was going to move out THAT night! So, the father-in-law lost his renter.

All the emotions are about money!

I once read that people who won big lotteries were back to being broke in less than five years. Money has a way of discombobulating people. They see it coming in. And, they never think the flow will stop.

That’s not really how people hold onto money. Or make it. George Zimmerman, however, did discover a “slush fund” where strangers sent him money. Not just to an address. But through PayPal.

And, all the press people are PAID! The money’s good. You run to this news story, because you’re gonna earn pay. Most people don’t see that. But “story telling” pays very, very well.

George is first learning how to cope with all this attention. And, O’Mara really did give a great … and long … interview to the press. Most of it, however, ended up in the sound byte: “Pay me.” “And, I quit.”

He’s been hired by CNN to be an analyst. And, he was just on TV with Cooper Anderson (Anderson Cooper?)

No. O’Mara refused to tell the journalist who asked, where George was moving to. But he’s out of that house, now.

Bet the father-in-law has to come to terms with this. Sure. He’ll get lots of “looky-loo’s” who will come buy to see the house. And, maybe, take a souvenir?