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Gone fishin'.

Each year around this time, the whole family gathers at St. George Island (part of what I would call The Real Florida) for a few days of R&R. Miami Beach, Delray Beach, Clearwater Beach, even Panama City Beach, this ain't. St. George is a place you go to get away from people, not to be around them. My brother is currently serving us proudly in Afghanistan, so he won't be there. But his family will, and he'll be home for Thanksigiving, so we'll gladly make that trade.

At any rate, by the time you read this, I will have been in the lovely Florida Panhandle for two days, and I guess this has all just been a long way of telling you why none of the links are from Thursday or Friday. Enjoy the weekend!

Legal Examiner Articles

Brett Emison looks at an ABC News Video to see what we can learn from an inentional plane crash.

What do distracted driving and magic have in common? John McKiggan fills us in.

Mike Bryant wonders why the NY Yankees are protected from lawsuits that might stem from any future terrorist acts.

It's been shown that metal-on-metal hip implants have a higher than expected failure rate. Jackie Fedeli asks why.

Bayer's Stivarga gets fast-track approval from the FDA. Patients may need to be concerned about the side effects, says Robert Blanchard.

Elsewhere Around The Web

The US Chamber of Commerce has launched and extensive voter mobilization effort in an attempt to oust several Democratic polititians. (Huffington Post)

Scott Greenfield encourages teens to stand up to bullies – like this Michigan girl did. (Simple Justice)

Do military hospital doctors deserve sovereign immunity? Two courts will soon address this question. (The Pop Tort)

When is a boat not a boat? SCOTUS heard maritime arguments this week. (WSJ Law Blog)

The folks at Greenberg & Bederman wonder about being allowed to make 40 mistakes before being punished.

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