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Thursday, July 23, 2009

Publisher Returning from DL

So it goes. Is that what the Little Prince once wrote?

An unexpected bout with Pulmonary Fibrosis and Pneumonia stripped me of my energy and capacity to devote extracurricular time to a self indulgent but I think worthwhile legal blogging career. From a steadfast withdrawal, I will now orchestrate an orderly but limited return, commenting on those issues I think warranting public review and attention. Hearing today that New Jersey rabbis trafficked in kidneys instead of bagels and lox was one wakeup call.

I would like to start by saying I think it is a disgrace to live in a community where sexual offenders are reduced to living under bridges on public causeways and highways, and if we cannot do better we disgrace ourselves as a society every bit as much as the offenders did in their actions placing themselves in that position in the first place.

It reminds me of two quotes, one the famous one by Anatole France, that "the rich as well as the poor are permitted to live equally in the streets or on under bridges." He was ahead of his time. The second quote I can't remember. It will come to me soon and give me an excuse to blog again.

1 comment:

  1. Norm, I hope you feel better. When you going to file my pleading with the Florida Supreme Court?

    Best, Jack Thompson