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August 22, 2003


David Giacalone

George, Thank you for your excellent AND expeditious response. I agree with everything you said.

Of course, although my point was serious, my "accusation" was made with tongue-in-cheek (a position my tongue often seems to take after too many days covering heavy topics).

It's good to see that I'm not the only blawgger who's postings are more than two sentences long. I hope we get the chance to correspond frequently.

Dave Stratton

The morale of the story is: don't use footnotes in appellate briefs! :)

A 30 day suspension for a stupid footnote is a bit harsh, but I guess them's fighting words in Indiana.

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