Sunday, April 10, 2005
Okay, back from hiatus
and time to do some housekeeping.
Life has been busy lately. In addition to my law practice, I am a principal in a new information management company that should be rolling out services and products to small and medium size law firms in about three months. More on that later.
Teresa Schaivo is dead -- sad, but probably inevitable. It is interesting that her adulterous husband refused to allow her siblings in the room when she actually died -- and that he refused to to bury her in Florida, where her parents wanted her buried so they could visit the grave. Instead, she is being buried in Pennsylvania -- why? No idea. Her adulterous husband will continue living in Florida where he will presumably marry his current mistress.
Interesting comments on this case. Thanks (for most of you) for keeping it clean. One guy got out of line, and his commment was deleted. Foul language and ad hominems do little to add to intellectual discourse, so it really isn't much of a loss.
The Pope is dead, too. That is a loss. I'm not Catholic, but I have a great deal of respect for this Pope and his work (along with President Reagan and Prime Minister Thatcher) in bringing down the Soviet Union and the evils of eastern European communism. His theme of "fear not" was the most powerful message he could send to the faithful under the communist yoke.
Some site updates in the next few days -- I need to update web addresses and get back on a posting schedule. Now, though, I need to go on a walk with my wife.