f/k/a . . . the archives

September 25, 2004

ain’t got two scents to rub together

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 3:02 pm



ferris wheel








sunrise

I forget my side

of the argument

 

calmly talking divorce

under the crackle

of fallen leaves

 



(Brooks Books, 2000) 



 




no coffee brewing

no scent of love

to wake the hermit


 

                                                       [Sept. 25, 2004]

one-breath pundit  









    • A discussion of lawyer bullies can be found at Notes from the (Legal) Underground.  . . . . bully . . . .




    • Does the English language have a collective noun for “nieces and nephews”? (“terrorists” doesn’t count)





    • Although George Wallace seems to revel in them, I’m still not sure I approve of judges who can’t resist “the

      temptation to wax scholarly and poetical” in their opinions.  And, please, save me from cutesy precedent.






    • Thanks to Robert Ambrogi for pointing to ChessLaw and thence “The Fertile Octogenarian” linkfest.







    • Let’s Ban This Now: An article in today’s Schenectady (NY) Daily Gazette (subscript. only) raves about CarXPC, which is developing a “computer which has been designed specifically for in-vehicle use. ” The monitor mounts right next to the dashboard and all Windows XP applications are supported (more).

2 Comments

  1. Breaking with my perhaps unfair tradition of only commenting when I disagree with David… I say “amen” to his position on wannabe-poetic judges.

    Comment by UCL — September 25, 2004 @ 5:48 pm

  2. Breaking with my perhaps unfair tradition of only commenting when I disagree with David… I say “amen” to his position on wannabe-poetic judges.

    Comment by UCL — September 25, 2004 @ 5:48 pm

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