Words Don’t Do It Justice: Breaking News

Words Don’t Do It Justice: Breaking News

Over the weekend we were very close to an amazing achievement. On Monday it was so tantalizingly close I was thinking of dropping a post just to help push it over after the Holidays Don’t Do It Justice post. But Tuesday Night after Posts from Ruminated Thoughts and of course from THE Ruthless Wonder reacting to the decision by the Darren Wilson Grand Jury, we hit a milestone that if I’m honest I didn’t expect until 2015. SO On Behalf of the Weekends Don’t Do It Justice Writers Reason, Kudo, Xion, and Lucremo. On Behalf of the Words Don’t Do It Justice Guest Read more »

The Letter Series: Dear Employers…

The Letter Series: Dear Employers…

To the CEOs, stock and share holders, Business owners, Efficiency consultants, and everyone who has ever played a decision-making role in the hiring, firing, or salary of another human being; Have you ever considered that maybe, just maybe, the best way to enhance your bottom-line and improve efficiency within businesses is to improve the atmosphere of the work place? Have you ever heard the saying “Happy employees are productive employees” and really considered what it would mean to actually make the work place a happy place for your employees to be? Once upon a time, businesses like Apple and Google Read more »

Ruthless Grab Bag: Too much, too soon, too often

Ruthless Grab Bag: Too much, too soon, too often

One of the things that often comes up with my writing here on WDDIJ is a request to cover a particular topic. And usually I just don’t do it. In some cases what someone wants to cover I want to cover and so it for a moment interests are aligned and it works out. Oddly enough my silence on some particular matters has been due to an over abundance of work on outside projects. And my appearance on a Friday instead of my usual Monday is because we have two writers who are just straight up swamped. So everyone send positive Read more »

The Rundown

The Rundown

We aren’t going to talk about the movie the rundown so if that was what you thought was going to happen sorry. Weekends Don’t Do It Justice Starting earlier this month we began taking you inside the world of digital soccer Wunderkind Lucremo and his tale with “Green Grass and Bright Lights.” One of the things we have been telling you is that he won’t be alone long. Each of the fiction authors coming to join the Weekends Don’t Do It Justice crew are gearing up to try and impress you. Next up is Xion’s “The Once And Future King” this Read more »

Weddings, Reunions, Dental vists, and SHAKE UPS!

Weddings, Reunions, Dental vists, and SHAKE UPS!

So you may have noticed someone has been missing a lot lately. You may have even noticed when he goes missing he doesn’t always explain why. Well…yeah no real explanation, sorry for that.   In other news I have been gone meeting old friends, getting massive dental work, and being best man in a wedding. Shout out to Superfans Chris and Ania Moncrief(aka Superman and Lois Lane) who celebrated their love in the classiest of weddings this past weekend.   But that Shakeup word is here again for good reason.    Things are about to get interesting. Not only has Read more »

“Professionalism Demands Courtesy.”

“Professionalism Demands Courtesy.”

  I guess this is part 2 to my last post about loyalty. Professionalism. It’s something that you assume will be a trait that every said “professional” holds. It’s not. It’s something that isn’t common just like common sense. Coming to law school, I feared not being polished enough, not sharp enough. What if everyone is a million times smarter than me? What if I can’t hold an intellectual conversation with my colleagues? What if no one respects me? Will everyone be stuck up? Am I considered old enough for this? Nonetheless, I went and boy, oh boy! Professionalism is Read more »

Back with a Disturbance!

Back with a Disturbance!

Children. Sex. Law. It’s my second semester in my 2L of law school, and I am currently taking Family law as one of my courses. I had no idea exactly how interested I am in that field but apparently, it is an element of my passion! So, my typical news source is CNN. I go through each section on the website and find things that grab my attention to read. Since I am taking family law, articles about children pop out to me. (Here comes the outrage…) WHEN DID WE DECIDE THAT A 6 YEAR OLD BOY COULD SEXUALLY HARASS Read more »