Monthly Archives: March 2012

Downtime in West Virginia

Down in West Virginia for the annual Virginia Trial Attorneys’ conference.  It’s a great chance to complete the required 12 hours of continuing legal education and see a lot of old friends. It’s also my first time in many months with … Continue reading

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Senate Passes Budget 35-4 (Sung to “Patience” by Guns & Roses)

1st verse: Shed a tear ’cause we’re back in session We’re here without the Ho-o-use Girl, I think about our Budget every day now … (guitar strumming) Was a time when I voted “no” But we’ ve turned it all … Continue reading

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Another Reason to Keep Politicians out of Sports

Sports is the elixir of American society.  When there’s a big game, it overshadows everything else in our life.  There’s no equivalent phenomenom in our nation. Politicians, especially those of the full-time variety (yes, I’m making that distinction), are constantly … Continue reading

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A Few Quick Hits …

I’m running around like a mad man this week, trying to catch up on legal work and generally ignoring the headlines, except those sports-related. However, a few random thoughts. First, we’ll be back in Richmond on Monday afternoon to complete … Continue reading

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March Maaaad-ness

Yeah, I love college basketball in March.  Something about a national tournament, a collection of Cinderellas, and 24/7 television coverage. Friday night, Norfolk State had one of the great upsets in tournament history, or at least for 3 hours, when … Continue reading

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