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Don’t go breakin’ your crayons

The Boston Globe has a fun piece on teen slang, and how it’s encouraged by Web sites like UrbanDictionary.com. If you haven’t heard what makes a person “agnorant” and don’t know that “gnar” is simply the evolved (and more succinct) ...

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A "quiet" veto?

Ever since President Bush’s controversial veto of the State Children’s Health Insurance Plan (SCHIP), an expansion for children’s health insurance, critics and talk show hosts have delighted in forecasting what impact this will have on the 2008 presidential campaign. The ...

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Home prices: Everything is relative

I’ve written several posts on this blog about real estate, especially in Montgomery and Howard counties, where many homes are high-ticket items. One of my morning email alerts pointed me to Housing Tracker, a site that estimates the inventory of ...

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Appellate applications due today

This afternoon at 4:30 is the deadline for applicants who want to be considered for the Court of Special Appeals seat vacated by Judge James A. Kenney III when he turned 70 last March. Kenney’s seat is at large, meaning ...

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Law ditties rock

My story today, “First-year pain, third-year gain,” is about a third-year law student at University of Maryland who turned the trauma of his first year into a clever, catchy song that law students everywhere can relate to. But I found, ...

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Law blog round-up, 10/8

Happy Monday! Things are a bit slow on the blawg front today, maybe because of the Columbus Day holiday, but here are a few law links for you: Ron Miller at the Maryland Injury Lawyer Blog has a post on ...

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All aboard the blogging train

If it seems like you can’t avoid blogs in every shape and size these days, you’re still bound to be flabbergasted by the latest company to take to the blogosphere: Wicanders Cork Oak Flooring. The Portuguese company, which has a ...

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Steer clear of the red streets

I saw a friend last weekend who works for a major educational company in D.C. Luckily for her, the company is in Dupont Circle, in one of the safest (not to mention priciest) neighborhoods of the nation’s capital. This summer, ...

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