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Jon Markman
Works at Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth
Attended University of Michigan Law School
Lives in Washington, DC
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YES PLEASE
An anonymous reader writes "Google is working on identifying Chrome tabs that are currently playing audio (or recording it). The feature is expected to show an audio animation if a tab is broadca...
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Dear Lord in Heaven, I want one for everyone in my life (including  my dog and cats)
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Excellent piece and another good reason to root against the Ravens, in case double homicide isn't enough for you. 
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This. A thousand times this. 
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Oh man, this is hilarious. It's a good thing it'll never happen, because then I'd have to stop watching ESPN...
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This is how I felt during the AFC Championship game
 
Grumpy cat has finally put his #SuperBowl pick in.
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Anyone out there watch Sherlock? I have a burning question about episode 1 of season 2 that I would love to chat about...
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Basically, I don't understand how Mycroft's solution to the "Coventry Conundrum" (collecting bodies, putting them on a 747 and letting the terrorists blow it up) accomplishes anything. Wouldn't the media figure out pretty quickly that all the dead people had actually been dead for weeks? And if they created new identities, where are the bereaved relatives coming from? If they hire actors for that, this conspiracy seems far too complicated to stay secret. Plus, if they're not using the identities, just the bodies, then what exactly are the bodies accomplishing that a sack of potatoes (weight) or fake body parts (crash footage) couldn't? 
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  • Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth
    Associate, 2013 - present
  • Institute for Justice
    Constitutional Law Fellow, 2011 - 2012
  • Covington & Burling
    Summer Associate, 2010
  • Yale University
    Student Tech Coorindator, 2006 - 2008
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Ann Arbor, MI - Chagrin Falls, OH - Houston, TX - New Haven, CT - Philadelphia, PA
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  • University of Michigan Law School
    Law, 2008 - 2011
  • Yale University
    History, 2004 - 2008
  • University School (Cleveland, OH)
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I worked with Josh and Karrasch Enterprises to purchase a pistol. I live in DC, so it was a quite complicated. Josh helped me find a pistol that would work for me and was legal to register in DC, and helped me through the process. I'd highly recommend him to people interested in buying a firearm in DC (or in VA, where it's much easier!).
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I really wanted to like these guys and give them a top-notch rating, they seem very genuine and nice. But I just can't rate them "very good" based on how long it's taken for them to fix my car. I dropped it off Wednesday morning for a brake job, and it's now Friday afternoon and it's still not ready. I couldn't even get an estimate for 5 hours after I dropped it off. Granted, they did discover a sticking caliper that required a replacement, but that doesn't turn a brake job into something that should take 2 solid days. Maybe they're really busy, but I did have an appointment, and at no time did they indicate it would take this long. The price also seems a little high, but it's downtown DC, that's sorta to be expected.
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The park was under construction for several months, but is now close to being reopened, hopefully sometime in the next month or two. The dog park at the North end (near Kipp) is now open.
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