When to Twerk in Court

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First of all, let’s lay out a legal definition of twerking, particularly for lawyers who don’t understand it or who have yet to adopt it in their practices. According to a reputable legal dictionary currently under development, twerking is:

a dance move that involves a person shaking his or her hips and bottom in a bouncy up and down motion, causing it to shake, ‘wobble’ and ‘jiggle;’ to dance in a sexually suggestive twisting fashion; see also, freaking, grinding, booty dancing, butt dancing, and most things offensive to administrators.

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Product Review: The Clydesdale Hauler Cart for Courtroom Readiness

Clydesdale Hauler Cart

If you are a well-practiced attorney, you’ll recognize yourself somewhere in the recent online dustup over how much stuff to bring to court for a hearing. On the one hand, shiny gadget people like to bring as little as possible and cram it all into their front pockets. On the other hand, there are those who really want to cross off all the twelve Ps of being prepared. For them, you really need an enterprise-level hauler cart. Luckily, recent innovations in the hauler cart industry have brought us lightweight workhorses, such as U-Boat Carts, Rock-n-Roller Multicarts, and even industrial-level baggage-train haulers you see at airports. What’s best? For our money, we like the Clydesdale Hauler Cart, available online from handtrucksrus.com. Here’s why.
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Top Yoga Moves for the Courtroom


With the advent of competitive yoga and a possibility of it being added to the Olympics as an event, there is no better time to incorporate yoga into your practice. Yoga often resonates with intelligent white people with a lot of money and time, or people you want as clients. Or people you may find on a jury. Which is why you should consider incorporating some strategic yoga moves during a trial or hearing. Not only will it enable you to relax and better control your performance, it should impress a judge and jury. Here are some top moves to consider.
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