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November 30, 2004

in the ripples

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 1:58 pm








Zen garden
a dry leaf sticks
in the ripples

 

 

 

Alzheimer’s ward

again father counts

the afghan squares

 

 

by Pamela Miller Ness, from A New Resonance 2: Emerging Voices                     breadwine neg

credits: “alzheimer’s ward” – bottle rockets II:1

             “Zen garden” – bottle rockets I:1

 



 



by dagosan:






under nana’s afghan –

dreaming homemade 

bread and meatballs


                                                   [Nov 30, 2004]


one-breath pundit  










    • Carolyn Elefant asks “What’s a Fair Rate for Court-Appointed Counsel,” and “Would Biglaw

      Pay More to Help A Legal Aid or Solo Attorney?”  We’ve left comments at MyShingle today

      in response.  Have you?  By the way, the Editor doesn’t think a State should pay any more

      for assigned counsel than it takes to get an adequate supply of competent lawyers.




    • fragile glass Our other frequent commentor, Mike Cernovich, a/k/a Fed84, starts an indepth, four-part series today on the Interstate Wine Shipment Cases, over at Crime & Federalism.  You’ll find him neither dry nor fruity.  I cannot vouch for his bouquet.

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