It’s still only Thursday? #tbt

We had a team meeting in which my boss played for us this video as a motivational tool for how not to take ‘no’ for an answer.

What’s your name?

Fuck you, that’s my name.

…and then he had to clarify to use this motivational tool in a more metaphorical way. I think it goes without saying that in my mind, I use these terms very literally.

While enjoying a blow pop earlier, I remembered a time in middle school where I used to dip my blow pops in orange soda before licking them, and oh my god 13-year-old me was disgusting, and I can’t believe I don’t have diabetes yet or that all of my teeth haven’t fallen out.

Welp, at least my mother loves me.

PS- I won my first hearing.

PPS- It was unopposed.

Spring 💛

I may be a boring lawyer, but that doesn’t mean I won’t wear suits with pink bows and rose buttons.

Representative Joe Barton exposes the primary contractor responsible for building the ACA exchange, for initially testifying under oath that Obamacare was HIPAA-compliant, contrary to the language contained in the sign-up package for the ACA, which states:

You have no reasonable expectation of privacy regarding any communication or data transiting or stored on this information system.

Yikes.

This. This is what cause the weather uproar in Miami. To be fair, I recognize how ridiculous we sound.

I’m mildly OBSESSED with the phrase “goal digger” because, hello, I love goals. So I made this little piece for my place and thought I would share it with you all.

Are you going to have to send your kid to school tomorrow in a sweater?
Actual line by the weatherman.

THE BLACKLIST.

cot damn.

edit: oh, shit.

The best way to do Easter is to dress yourself up like an Easter egg, jump in a bounce house, and take one too many selfies with your five year old cousin.

[Insert boring story about how I last-minute took an oath on Thursday after a judge was able to squeeze me in after lunch]. So all that really matters: we enjoyed a cortadito afterwards, my step-dad was able to make it [and in his blues!], and my mother is the cutest thing alive.

No.

The only thing I learned while watching The Ten Commandments is that Moses had no manners.

Homeboy was splitting bread with a complete stranger, and he double-dipped.