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September 28, 2004

going out long

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 5:45 pm




fall twilight–

my brother going out




September dawn

the almost silent lap

of river oars


(Edited by Jim Kacian and Dee Evetts, Red Moon Press, 2001)


just before

the pale orange moon

a bright orange sky

                                [Sept. 28, 2004]

one-breath pundit

    • Let me raise my small voice to protest the breach of confidentiality by the 2000 Supreme Court law clerks regarding Bush v. Gore.  Only illegality or unethical judicial conduct could possibly justify violating the confidentiality between clerk and court — and Vanity Fair would surely not be the proper forum. (see; via Legal Reader)

    • points to a telling column in the Boston Globe, Why the 9/11 fund was a mistake. Besides all the greed and deceit, Jeff Jacoby echoes my feelings: “To begin with, there was the injustice of having the feds bestow multimillion-dollar jackpots on the Sept. 11 families when countless other families struck by tragedy get nothing.”

    • Enough.  Let’s all leave Howard alone and hope he (1) was using irony and (2) continues his 20 Questions.

    • Today’s TISK! update reveals where f/k/a stands on passive lying by lawyers, contingency fee ethics, Stanley Fish, the dreaded “haiku syllable myth,” and more.

    •  A hat tip from this “liberal” competition-consumer advocate to Prof. Bainbridge, for his stance on importing drugs from Canada.    Beyond the conservative opponents, I wonder who the Democrats opposing importation think they are protecting.

canoeing pair small

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