Yesterday marks Unbillable Hours' first victory in this year's Blawger Bowl. Taking on Andrew Raff's (IPTAblog) Brkln Drppd Vwls, Unbillable Hours' Jersey Teamsters did the sort of bad things that normally require an Air Force General.
I'm not saying the other teams have anything to worry about, but here in Jersey, we've been known to compete with Al Swearingen-style virtues.
Who else is taking part in this decline in productivity?
Glad you asked.
Patent Baristas - Stan Lee would ask what would be the superpowers of their team, Arabica Grounds. I answer that, last week, their superpower was losing. Stephen Nipper's (The Invent Blog) Draconian Measures did ... things to them. Things.
Professor William Childs of TortsProfBlog runs Raspberry Tort(e)s. He's pretty smart. Jeremy Blachman, manager of Completely Guessing and author of Anonymous Lawyer, a book and blawg, went to Harvard and is also pretty smart.
Not. Smart. Enough. Harvard boy got sacked.
__________, owner of Your Daddy, took on ____________, owner of Necessary Roughness. Your Daddy spanked Necessary Roughness, and edged me out as the points leader in the league. I have no idea who runs these teams, and as there are no context clues on the Yahoo Sports sites, they get no links until they let me know.
Tim Marman's Loosely Coupled took on Kevin Heller's Tech Law Advisor and won, but barely. Next week these two generically named teams move on to play other teams. Isn't that great?
Paul Frankenstein's Cert Denied took on Anthony Cerminaro's BizzBangBuzz, a perennial blawger bowler. Frankenstein
I promise. No Mary Shelley jokes.