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Logical Reasonings

A. Very exciting news. We’ll be hosting two webinars—that’s short for web seminars, Grandpa—on Wednesday, May 31. The first will discuss all matters of the LSAT from noon to 1 pm PST. The second will address the law school admissions process from 6 to 7 pm PST. Both will be hosted by the incomparable Blueprint instructor Branden Frankel who, in addition to being an LSAT master and UCLA Law Grad, has the yeoman-like stamina to do two webinars in one day. Oh, and all attendees of the webinar will receive a $300 discount off our live course and a $75 discount on the first month of the online course subscription. RSVP now at the link to the right! Blueprint LSAT

B. In legal news, a U.K. Court of Appeals ruled that Kit Kat bar’s memorable “four-finger” shape is not distinct enough to warrant a trademark, giving a break to Kit Kat rip offs across the Her Majesty’s Kingdom. Bloomberg

C. Another day, another frivolous lawsuit from Texas. This time, a fan of the San Antonio Spurs filed a suit against Golden State Warriors’ malevolent grampus Zaza Pachulia for injuring Spurs star Kawhi Leonard. SB Nation

D. Your daily update into the fallout from the firing of former FBI Director James Comey: Turns out deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein knew Trump was going to can Comey before Rosenstein even wrote the memo that was the alleged impetus for the firing. Now Rosenstein might be called as a witness in the investigation run by the special counsel he appointed. NY Times

E. Trump, trying to remember the last time being president made him feel anything other than frustration, ordered another missile strike on Syria, this time targeting Syrian government vehicles getting uncomfortably close to an allied base at At Tanf. Vox