Lots of things to blog, but it's just a matter of finding a chunk of free time! I spent my weekend reading depositions and panicking about not having enough time to read them all. It is a case I inherited from another attorney who left the firm and it is on for trial next month with tons of witnesses. I know the gist of what the witnesses have to say, but I really want to have more sense of familiarity and comfort with their deposition transcripts since I did not actually take the depositions. So I was reading / summarizing / panicking and feeling discouraged / reading / summarizing / panicking and feeling discouraged all weekend. It just takes so long.
Anyhoo, the question for the day is this. I spent my commute following a car that had a Jesus fish with a Star of David inside of it. Does anyone have any idea what this means? Is it a reference to our so-called "Judeo-Christian" tradition? Is it a reference to Christianity swallowing up or somehow being superior to Judaism? Is it a Jews for Jesus symbol? Or is the idea that Christianity and the fate of Israel are linked? This was driving me nuts the whole drive. Another clue: the car aslo had a bumper sticker that said "Boycott France."
Whatever the meaning of the mysterious Jesus Fish, it sure as heck beats those dreadful stickers of Calvin urinating on things, at least aesthetically.