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September 14, 2004

deciduously yours

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 1:59 pm

paul m. makes me want to dive right into autumn  fly south gray :



autumn footpath;

on the familiar elm

new initials


falling leaves

the rusty wheelbarrow

heavy with stones


by paul m., from A New Resonance 2: Emerging Voices in English-

Language Haiku  (Jim Kacian & Dee Evetts, eds., Red Moon Press, 2001)

credits:  “autumn footpath” – Frogpond XX:3; falling leaves” – Modern Haiku XXIX: 1

supine at noon

sunshine spotlights

one big toe

[Sept. 14, 2004]


one-breath pundit  

  • Update (4 PM):  Dennis W. Driscoll, the “Silent Associate” involved in the April 7th

    Daniels v. Alander case, left an extensive Comment today explaining his position, and

    opining that the decision “puts all attorneys at risk”.  For all the reasons stated in my

    posts and comments on this topic, and without the benefit of the transcript, I believe

    the principle applied was sound and that lawyers have been catastrophizing over it.

  • Lawyers seeking advice: (1) Carolyn wonders if she should delete old posts that put

    individual lawyers in a bad light and (2) Evan ponders alcohol at lunch.

  • And, one from me: Do you agree with this advice from the Flint, MI, firm of Rizik & Rizik

    on how to find a lawyer: “Judges are the best examples of secular trust in the community. 

    Give one a call for an opinion about your attorney or for a referral.  He or she may be able

    to direct you to the appropriate resource to find an attorney.  You’ll be surprised how

    approachable a judge will be.”  Yeah, I would be surprised.

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