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Montecito man killed in Santa Barbara Pedestrian Accident

George Johnson, a 91 year old man, who was evacuated from his retirement community due to the Montecito mudslides, tragically died when he was hit by a car being driven by a drunk driver. According to the Independent, the driver … Continue reading

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Man Killed in Santa Ana Pedestrian Accident

A man was killed in a Santa Ana pedestrian accident the morning of Feb. 7 after a car struck him while he was crossing the street. According to a news report in The Orange County Register, the fatal crash occurred … Continue reading

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Fischer on Santa Claus's Memory & Gift Allocation

Dominique Fischer (University of Malaya (UM)) has posted Has Santa Claus a Good Long-Term Memory on SSRN. Here is the abstract: If Santa Claus had a good long-term memory, she would remember who had consistently been good in the previous … Continue reading

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Dear Santa

Years ago, I remember my mom demanding that we kids write letters to Santa.  We'd rummage through the Sears catalogs searching for toys that we'd never get.  I mean, we'd write down whole pages and never see any of it. … Continue reading

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Is a Santa Suit Apparel?

It is Christmas Eve as I write this while on my way to warmer climes. This short vacation is a good opportunity to catch up on court decisions and blog posts. The fact that it is Christmas makes a discussion, … Continue reading

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