Monthly Archives: September 2008

The End of an Era

This weekend, my wife and I traveled to Manhattan for a college friend’s 40th birthday party.  It was vintage NYC.  Friday night at Yankees stadium.  Saturday fishing off Coney Island.  Saturday night dinner in Greenwich Village. It was like old times.  Except … Continue reading

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Warner vs. Gilmore in Tysons

Just got back from the Mark Warner-Jim Gilmore debate at the Tysons Corner campus of Capital One today.  The debate, sponsored by the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce, was excellent.  Both candidates were on their game and each landed some … Continue reading

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Passing of Sally Ormsby

I got into work today and received via email the melancholy news that Sally Ormsby passed away last night. Sally was a member of the Fairfax County Soil and Water Conservation Board.  She twice ran County-wide and each time was elected … Continue reading

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Good News, Bad News

The good news from the weekend is that the Redskins passing game has finally turned the corner. The bad news is that the U.S. banking industry is in tatters, as one heavyweight after another falls.  Just a couple weeks ago, … Continue reading

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Patriot’s Day, Rocks 5 Miler, and more

OK, we’re winding down a very hectic week here in Fairfax City (a.k.a. site of largest McCain-Palin rally in history). In a few minutes, I’m off to the Patriot’s Day ceremony at City Hall.  Tomorrow, after my usual Friday morning court appearances and … Continue reading

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