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Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Signing Off . . . for now.

As if it hasn't been readily apparent, I am no longer going to be posting . . . at least for some time.

This month has been one of the most eventful of my life: I got an unofficial permanent job offer w/ my current employer, he also gave me a very generous raise, I bought a new car and of course I became a dad.

If you have been reading my blawg for awhile, you can attest to the fact I am a fairly conservative person. (Or, as some of you may have accused me, a neocon facist wishing to impose my restrictive morals upon you hedonist liberals).

But I have now begun a career as a Civil Rights plaintiff's attorney. Some times you can finish law school and actually do what you want. You don't have to settle for a job because you think it provides the best security.

When you are willing to take the risk, and wait, the perfect job can come along.

I am now currently under a gag order regarding my biggest case, and I wouldn't be posting information about it even were I not---I love this job too much to do otherwise.

But if you are curious, you can read several news reports regarding Nunez, et al. v City of Lubbock, et al. here (scroll down), here, here (particularly the last 2 paragraphs), here, here, and here.

Take Care and Good Luck, until I post again . . .

Oh, and by the way . . .

My name is _[edited for content]___. And I was Moonlighting in Misery.

Saturday, February 10, 2007

Announcing the New Arrival

Baby Misery was welcomed into this world on February 8, 2007 at 8:35 p.m.

She came in at 21 inches and 7 lbs, 1 oz.

And she has my eyes.

Mrs. Misery was in labor when we arrived at 5:30 a.m. She fought for 16 hours, sometimes with and sometimes without, an epidural. Then 17 hours after we arrived at the hospital, she arrived by c-section.

"Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, and before you were born I consecrated you . . ." Jeremiah 1:5a.

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