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December 10, 2004

having to guess

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 12:06 pm

autumn clothesline

his and her pyjamas

frozen together


calmly talking divorce

underfoot the crackle

of fallen leaves

dead end sign



having to guess

from the footsteps:

evening fog



George Swede from just one page of


by dagosan:  

eyelid lightshow —

he hits the snooze button

one more time

                              [Dec. 10, 2004]


one-breath pundit

   Poor Walter Olson, people keep mistaking the Editor of Overlawyered.com
for a lawyer, and now LegalAffairs has him listed among the candidates in

its poll to find the Top 20 Legal Thinkers in America.  I’m sure Walter would

be the first to tell you that not being a lawyer may be one of the best ways

to be one of “the country’s most influential and important legal thinkers—

the ones whose ideas are pushing the law forward (or backward, as the case

may be).”  You have until March 1, 2005 to submit your six choices.    


tiny check  Prof. Bainbridge asked on Wednesday “Has Slate ever responded

to – or even acknowledged – the devastating criticisms my friend and colleague

Eugene Volokh routinely directs at their Bushism of the Day column?”  We ask:

Why should they have to?  Anyone who reads Slate‘s Bushism series knows

why they do it.  Point-by-point refutation (often overkilling the topic and audience

to the point of mental numbness) is not going to change even one mind.  It must

instead make the average reader say “I get it, I get it, I get it already, Eugene!”    


tiny check Which reminds me, nobody at Mirror of Justice has seen fit to respond to the     dead end sign n

 posts here on religious law schools, such as, religious law schools offer no salvation, and

no one has taken our faith-based law school exam.  

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