Heeeey guys anyone out there want to leave me something in my inbox?
Because I’ve been all alone in my room all day, which is the WORST when you’re going through anxiety, and I need some distractions~
Also it’s my birthday tomorrow! C’mon guys, I’ll bake you all a virtual cake! I’ll even make it virtually paleo vegan gluten free if you want!!!
They’re not huskies, but this video makes me smile . I’m sorry you’re going through such a rough patch right now. I hope the pattern is shattered this year and you actually have a fantastic birthday tomorrow.
Sending this through submit instead of ask so the link works.
I think it’s a “marathon husky videos” kind of night.
I miss my Natasha puppy.
Well, let’s get started.
Bless that one person in every group that is like “keep going, I’m listening” and encourages you to finish your story even when everyone else is talking over you.
This is really the main thing you need to know about a house before you buy.
(Forgive me a moment of former-lawyer nerdity - there is in fact a famous NY court case, Stambovsky v. Ackley, in which the plaintiff bought a house and only later found out it was supposedly haunted. He then sued the former owner, wanting to undo the sale. You’d think the former owner could just go, “pffft, no, there’s no such things as ghosts,” right? But no! They’d previously given newspaper interviews saying they believed in the ghost, which meant they were estopped from denying the ghost now, which meant — the judges declared, settling in for a long deliberation — the house was haunted as a matter of law. They let the plaintiff out of the sale. This is all 100% true.)
I’ve reblogged this picture before but not with the story of the legally-haunted house attached to it…
first of all can we deal with the greatest sentence ever written by any judge since the beginning of time:
"as a matter of law, the house is haunted"
and that is not even touching the puns
"no divination is required to conclude that it is defendant’s promotional efforts…which fostered the home’s reputation"
"plaintiff hasn’t a ghost of a chance"
"i am moved by the spirit of equity"
"applying caveat emptor to a contract involving a house…conjures up visions"
"lest the subject of the transaction come back to haunt him and his client"
"the notion…is a hobgoblin which should be exorcised from the body of legal precedent and laid quietly to rest"
and then this motherfucker quotes hamlet
"pity me not but lend thy serious hearing to what i shall unfold (william shakespeare, hamlet, act i, scene v [ghost])"
"a very practical problem arises with respect to the discovery of a paranormal phenomenon: ‘who you gonna call?’"
god bless that judge
"As a matter of law, the house is haunted": one of the great sentences in American jurisprudence.
That is exactly what Abraham de Lacey Giuseppe Casey Thomas O’Malley would look like.
dear god, let it be enough