“No one ever went broke underestimating the taste1 of the American public.” Depending on the version you prefer, Henry Louis Mencken was either referring to the public’s “intelligence” or its “taste” when he made his tart observation.
But H.L. Mencken notwithstanding, there’s still hope. Wasn’t ‘Jersey Shore’ canceled last year? But then given our resiliency for questionable taste on such matters, on news that the Kardashians’ 15 minutes is almost up when their contract ends in 2015 — don’t believe it, until you see it. It may all be just somebody’s wishful reporting. Also see “Bye Bye Kardashians! Top Execs Predict The Show Is Finished In …”
So far, there’s no end in sight for lawyers seeking free online access to creditworthy continuing legal education — or who are otherwise intent on depriving their respective state bars from removing additional pounds of flesh from the lawyer corpus for bar-sponsored MCLE.
Here are two more links with the usual disclaimers regarding continued availability and credit-acceptance by your jurisdiction.
On Demand Video. Presented by Cari Rincker, author of new book, Field Manual: Legal Guide for New York Farmers and Food Entrepreneurs.
One hour credit, various jurisdictions.
THE TRUST ADVISOR.COM
Ready for Your Sneak Peek at the Future of Estate Planning? “The Future of Trusts, Wills and Estate Planning “.
Tuesday, October 22, 2013 – FREE one hour online webinar panel presentation featuring Futurist Jonathan Blattmachr and moderated by Barbara Kotlyar. Registration link here.
Check your own jurisdiction concerning credit.
 For an enlightening elaboration of Mencken’s oft-quoted, misquoted and paraphrased quip, see Quote/Counterquote: Things you won’t go broke underestimating…
“Pennie Long,” by Dominic Alves at Flickr via Creative Commons-license requiring attribution; “Portrait of Dirk Tybis Watching a 3-DTV, after Hans Holbein the Younger,” by Mike Licht at Flickr via Creative Commons-license requiring attribution.