1. Do not be deluded.
2. If you can’t help being deluded, do not judge others and do not feel guilt.
3. If you can’t help being deluded, and you can’t help judging or feeling guilt, do not open your mouth.
“Under our adversary system the role of counsel is not to make sure the truth is ascertained but to advance his client’s cause by any ethical means. Within the limits of professional propriety, causing delay and sowing confusion not only are his right but may be his duty.”
Walters v. Nat. Assoc. of Radiation Survivors, 473 US 305 (1985) quoting Friendly, “Some Kind of Hearing,” 123 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1267, 1287-1290 (1975).
I’m usually more of an “if you’re not doing anything wrong, don’t worry about it” kind of person, but this is very scary to me:
I be on my grizzly:
This one occurred yesterday right around the corner from our house – in front of the Lulu Hypermarket in Al Gharafa:
The human torch was denied a bank loan.
Unfortunately, Qatar is not a very safe place from a road safety perspective. You see a lot of wrecks almost everywhere you go – yet people continue to drive very aggressively and recklessly. Here is a bad wreck that occurred either late last night or early this morning at the college next to the university where I work.
You can see where they hit the outside curb – which popped the tires – before scraping across the service road, jumping another curb, and going through the fence:
Here’s the result: