Christmas Do and Don’ts: Giving Liver (Good); Opening Gift Early (Bad)

Lessons of the holiday abound. On the nice list is Chad McMaster who gave part of his liver to his grandmother, Patricia Middleton. On the naughty list, is Misty Johnson who , 34, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault and battery after stabbing her husband in the chest for reportedly opening his gift early.   Then there is a spate of Santa gropings and attacks –which would go into the naughty category.

In Wyo., Misty Johnson, 34, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault and battery, a felony, and misdemeanor domestic battery. Shawn Johnson told police that his wife started arguing with him over his opening a Christmas present.  For that story, click here

Patricia Middleton, a retired school bus driver, had been battling a chronic liver disease for a quarter-century. She will now have a partial liver thanks to grandson Chad McMaster, 29.  For that story, click here

Really bad must be knocking out Santa in Washington state and breaking his nose. For that story, click here

This may actually be better than groping Santa, as here

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  3. Hello Professor!

    I hope your holidays were enjoyable…

    Speaking of gifts, my husband, knowing I am a huge fan of yours, tried to find some sort of Jonathan Turley related gift to give me for Christmas.

    He was hoping he could find a book you had written, but alas, couldn’t find one. He settled on a GWU coffee mug and bumper sticker for me!

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