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Yeah, Earle was joking. Here's another Earle quote, which isn't as funny but is more in line with his actual thinking: "Townes Van Zandt is the best songwriter in the world and I'll stand on Bob Dylan's coffee table in my cowboy boots and say that."
Too boring for TV--at least the discovery I'm usually working on ...
Scott: Thanks, hope you like it!
Ron: Great, glad to hear it!
Evan Schaeffer is now following Mike
Oct 16, 2012
Many posts on this site are to be taken with a grain of salt . . . As for why you come here, I thought it was so you could add a link to an online degree site you seem particularly fond of . . . Not much business law happens here . . .
Most of the lawyers I know drink beer, but I've long been rumored to be hanging out with the wrong crowd . . .
Thanks! We had a good time . . .
I bought an iPad recently, but I'm using it specifically for a single writing project. Specifically, I render a long manuscript (400+ pages) as a pdf and then edit it using the iPad and a stylus, rather than printing to paper. Since I'm not using the iPad in my law practice, I'm not in O'Keefe's 30%. On the other hand, I have an iPhone and use it for just about everything, including writing. I'm near-sighted and the smaller screen on the lighter iPhone is easier for me to use than an iPad.
Sarah: Me too. For example, my (long) short story at the literary journal Artful Dodge: "Artwork," and the other works on this page.
Dan: You're welcome!
Toggle Commented Jun 28, 2012 on More Writing Tips at The Trial Practice Tips Blog
I'd leave it unopened . . . but that's just me.
David: Good luck on the case, thanks for checking in!
Evan Schaeffer is now following The Typepad Team
Mar 15, 2010
Aaron: Thanks for the comment . . . My description of the roads wasn't very good so I tweaked the post a bit.
The University of Chicago Faculty Blog often features student bloggers. No exactly what you're suggesting, but close.
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