A) It’s time for an all-lawsuit edition of Logical Reasonings. First up: A high school senior is suing her parents over college money. Daily Record.
B) Nancy Grace’s mugshot of the day goes to the guy who smeared buttered toast on his neighbor’s car. HLNTV.
C) You know it’s going to be a fun day in court when the evidence consists of a tattooed penis. UPI.
D) It’s time San Diego become famous for something other than Anchorman. Ah, here we go: seal poop. Huffington Post.
E) As if it weren’t disturbing enough that the government is spying on us, Sprint overcharged ’em by $21 million to do it. ZD Net.
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