"Wired Magazine reports that Righthaven attorney Shawn Mangano's excuse for being a day late with his explanation as to why the litigation factory made 'dishonest statements to the court' was that his web browser upgraded and he could no longer attach PDF files to his submissions. Yeah, right ..."
Sculptor Jack Mackie had sued photographer Mike Hipple in 2009, after Hipple took a picture of a woman dancing near the steps and sold them to a stock photo agency. The whimsical bronze steps, embedded in a Broadway Avenue sidewalk in 1979, have become a ready symbol of Capitol Hill.
It's hard to turn down work, especially in an uncertain economy. But sometimes it's in your best interests to say no to some projects or clients, such as when those projects might pigeonhole you into an area you don't want to specialize in.
After watching this I’m left with many questions but only two stand out. What was the original intention of this invention and who was the moron that thought it would go great on a children’s playground? This should probably not have been used in the playground.