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December 01, 2017

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Anonny Prof

It's not the weekend yet. You said you'd only be posting these extremely off-topic music posts on the weekend.

Deep State Special Legal Counsel

What time does Walmart close on Christmas eve? ^^^^^^

Bill Turnier

Anony, I think it was about 3:30 in the morning on Saturday in Tokyo when Steve posted this. The weekend had already started somewhere on the globe. Where in the world was Steve? Waldo has had his run.

AnonProf

^^^^^Sarah Huckabee, is that you?

I too am tired of how certain folks have hijacked this blog as a place to post about their own (non legal) interests.

anon

Here's a legal question: is Al Wilson listed as the "author" of this work? Who gets the royalties for those Geico commercials? " an adaptation of the original recording"? Really?

Jeff

To Quote: The Faculty Lounge
Conversations about law, culture, and academia I believe music is part of culture and certainly part of history and the history of America is filled with academic questions about race, gender, work, labor relations etc. Think of all the songs about coal miners, train engineers, factory workers, migrant laborers all embedded within frameworks of law, politics etc etc etc. I personally enjoy these additions to the blog and often want to add some versions of the songs myself. To anon, lighten up.

anon

Hey Jeff

Reading comprehension, please. I think the person you have addressed your lecture to is going by "Anonny Prof"

I actually posted a legal question, but, you obviously didn't read it.

Jeff

To ANON,
Apologies. You are quite right. And i would guess, the remaining living members of Canned Heat as Al Wilson, Bob Hite and Henry Vestine are all dead. Larry Taylor and Fito De La Parra are both alive.

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