I was busy trying to catch up with my TV viewing this week, plus family time, plus baseball, plus teaching…you know, life stuff…so we only did snippets of the story where a federal judge denied the rooftops’ request for a preliminary injunction: The ruling by U.S. District Judge Virginia Kendall Continue reading The One Where the Rooftops Pretty Much Gave Up (UPDATE)
There’s a scene from one of the Bad Boys movies (you know, the ones with Martin Lawrence and Will Smith) where the two heroes banter with each other and Marcus starts talking about Mike’s body count and starts counting on his fingers…but then he’s all like “Oh damn I ran Continue reading The End of the Road?
Today marks the lunar new year, the first day of the Year of the Goat (or sheep, or ram, depending on your thesaurus use) in the Chinese Zodiac. With every new year (even if it’s in the middle of February for some of us uncultured swine) comes a new feeling Continue reading As the luck changes…
Today is Groundhog Day, which is a good time to stay in on an unexpected (well, the weather guys expected it but I didn’t, really) snow day and watch a classic comedy. Especially since the stupid groundhog predicted another six weeks of winter. That groundhog has to be stopped. Thankfully, Continue reading Still-Developing Cubs Storylines
So as you know from last night, a couple rooftop buildings, specifically the ones that are going to be blocked by the relocated right field big screen (approved by the Landmarks Commission, but whatevs), are suing the Chicago Cubs for something or other. The document is 58 pages long (you Continue reading Fun with the Cubs and Lawyers
As you may know, while the Chicago Cubs work to bring back the bleachers with new and improved amenities and Jumbotrons galore, the rooftops that didn’t sell to the team have been trying to use legal means to save their businesses. As far as I understood, the most recent lawsuits Continue reading Hey, Is Anyone a Lawyer?