I’ll admit it. My sense of humor–even given it has always been absurdist and occasionally black–has been swinging wildly lately, as if it were all by itself bi-polar.
The body in which the humor is contained is not bi-polar.
That, as a way of explaining why I’m finding this abstract from today’s New York Law Journal hilariously funny, intriguing, funny, wild, funny…
I care about you, dear readers, and I want you to share my happiness or, rather, the few moments in which I feel it. So:
Judge Won’t Order NYS to Release Cuban Funds to Woman Duped by Spying Spouse
Joel Stashenko, New York Law Journal
A federal judge in Albany ruled Nov. 21 that a woman who unknowingly married a Cuban spy cannot collect a Florida default judgment of $7.17 million against the Cuban government and the former spouse from accounts held as abandoned property by New York state using the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act.