Hi! and Welcome to my presence! My name is Dr. Russ Lindquist. In 2015, I received a Master’s degree in Obeying Daddy Government from Girl Power University in Cultland, California, and later earned my PhD in Diversity and Inclusion from Harvard University’s School of Racializing. I am currently unemployed and looking for work. So I would like to share a bit about my skillset, in hopes of helping prospective employers to get a corporate boner over me.
Imagine the following news report—
BREAKING NEWS: “Person A was on top of Person B and slamming person B’s head onto concrete over and over, so Person B shot Person A, who then died.” Continue reading
In 1920, Johns Hopkins University conducted the “Little Albert Experiment.” Through the experiment, Johns Hopkins’ researcher James B. Watson proved he could torture a child with sound while teaching the child to associate the torture with what the child was seeing.
Mere months after police pulled dangerous drunk Mike Maguire’s SUV out of the snowbank where the drunken criminal had crashed, Maguire is still on the job—and keeping all his subjects safe from the COVID scam. Continue reading
I. Should consent be a defense to more serious crimes? Why or why not?
II. Do you think the objective or subjective approach to entrapment better balances the various policy considerations? Why?
III. In light of recent high-profile police shootings, should any modifications be made to the authority defense to further define or alter the limits on excessive force? (Note: this can be a highly charged topic on either side of the discussion; as always, please be sure to maintain a respectful and professional tone.) Continue reading
I. Explain the impact of waiver in performing contract obligations.
II. Give an example of waiver. Explain how waiver could prevent the enforcement of contract terms under your example.
I. The impact of waiver in performing contractual obligations. Continue reading