Andy Zajac of the Chicago Tribune has a folo today concerning campaign contributions made by the family of Gene & Nora Lum to Michael Brown, son of the late-Ron Brown.
One of my t-shirts, now all too well worn (okay, worn out), says: “Real men love cats”.
So I was, of course, thrilled to see this New York Times story several weeks ago. How in the world did I forget to make note of it here?
In any case, better late than never.
And, still on the better late than never front, there’s still time to get in on NaNoWriMo, more properly known as National Novel Writing Month. Nanowrimo’s goal is to gather as big a flock of wannabe novelists as possible and push through a 30-day sprint to a 50,000 word novel. Quantity, not quality, is one of its themes, along with “No plot, no problem”.
And thanks to Maui attorney Ben Lowenthal for calling attention to and explaining a recent Hawaii Supreme Court case involving key issues regarding the state’s public records law. Unfortunately, the court majority appears to have taken a step back from the “every is public unless specifically exempt” approach by allowing agencies to hold certain documents without being considered to “maintain” them. Anyway, its complicated, check out Ben’s analysis.
Ah, another Feline Friday. I know it’s probably disappointing that I don’t have any cats in costumes for Halloween. I don’t think our cats would put up with it, so I didn’t even try. But you cat people will enjoy these anyway.