When I was in high school, Kokomo had one head shop. At least, Kokomo had one head shop of which I was aware. The little store was on Sycamore next to where the Sipe Theater once had stood. At least one parking space was occupied during hours when the store was open. Word had it that the Kokomo Police Department and the Howard County Sheriff coordinated in surveillance of the store. They took photographs and wrote down names and license plate numbers of the store’s customers. Presumably…Continue
One could say I was “wired” to be a lawyer.
When I was five ro six I watched television shows about trials. “Perry Mason” seemed like a joke, relative to law. Other shows seemed more realistic. When high-profile cases took place, with their sketch-artists’ renditions of that day’s events—the trial of the Chicago Eight, then Seven, is a good example—I listened to the details.
When I shopped for colleges, I did so largely with the idea of a major that would feed into law…
What would the city and people of Indianapolis do without the Colts® and the Pacers®?
The past couple of months I have expressed paranoia about those franchises’ owners. If they detect any “spare” change rattling about in the City’s coffers, there appears a new need for monies for one or another of the teams.
To the best of my knowledge, no one has been shown the books of YOUR Indiana Pacers®. The Pacers® had built for them a new arena in 1999, now called Bankers Life® …
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