Super Lawyers
William C. Altreuter

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Tom Sutphin's blog used to be called, "If Charlie Parker Was a Gunslinger". A few weeks back he announced that he was discontinuing it, because the cloud service where he stored the blog's images and other content was going out of business. This made me sad: the images, which were chiefly from the 40's 50's and 60's resonated with me on a deep level.

It now appears that Mr. Sutphin is continuing his work under a new title, at the same url. You should go visit Facsimile.

Monday, November 20, 2017

Al Swearengen: Over time, your quickness with a cocky rejoinder must have gotten you many punches in the face.
Silas Adams: Depends what you call, 'many'.

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

It would be interesting to know how Alabama became such a mess. Part of it seems to be that historically its economy has always been largely agrarian, but there was enough of a manufacturing base to have mitigated that somewhat. Birmingham was a steel city, and access to the Gulf should have meant that it would have become more cosmopolitan. Could it just be pure cussedness?

Tuesday, November 07, 2017

#47 at 9:38 at my polling place. Pathetic. I'm quite serious about running as a delegate to the proposed constitutional convention: now that the hoodoo is off (thanks again AHIA) I figure I have a shot. I don't figure the convention has a shot, however, which is a shame. New York's legislature is badly broken, and a constitutional convention seems to me to be the best shot at fixing a broken democracy

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