On November 3rd I'm leaving California for a year-long traveling expedition across the world. (More on this to come in a later post). I quit my job at my law firm a few weeks ago to give myself time to prepare for my big adventure.
When I first started working at my firm, a co-worker was quite enamored by my causal Friday attire. She created a Last Will and Testament laying claim to a certain "grey Members Only Jacket" in addition to "that shirt affectionally referred to as 'the most hipster thing I [Shalev] own." Another co-worker opted for my "blue chucks." Well, I didn't want to give them my real kickass clothing. But I felt a symbolic transfer of property was in order given my symbolic "employee death." As it turns out, photographs are the perfect legal instrument for symbolic transfers of property.