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- 03:27 Interview with CB with the Queer and Trans Legal Clinic
My guest today is CB, a volunteer lawyer with a Minneapolis / Saint Paul based Queer and Trans Legal clinic that helps people in the trans and queer communities by providing free legal advice help in navigating legal issues specific and common to the trans and queer communities. The services are provided through a network of volunteer lawyers, who provide free 15-30 minute legal consultations and help those who identify as trans and queer navigate legal issues and help find and identify solutions.
Queer & Trans Legal Clinic Links
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Family Tree Clinic website: http://www.familytreeclinic.org/
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- Do you know what’s really odd?
- Numbers you can’t divide by two
- The inventor of the throat lozenge died
- There will be no coffin at their funeral
Are you even reading these? If you are, this is where the bad jokes I just heard today go, and apparently my son Drake has the same horrible sense of humor I do. Julie and I were making dinner, I put one of our limes on the floor and asked her if she knew what it was. I then picked it up and said it was a good “pick up lime”…she obviously walked out of the kitchen – I’m sure it was because the joke was so funny that she was having difficulty catching her breath. ANYWAY, my son came downstairs and I told him I had just told Julie a hilarious joke, I then promptly set the lime on the floor again, and he promptly picked it up and told me that was the best pick up lime he had ever seen. We fist bumped (because we’re cool and hip), and realized we had made the same terrible joke within 5 minutes, without talking to each other. If I didn’t love my son already, that moment would’ve sealed the deal, with zest.