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Those of us with Connolly’s disease, having made the same resolution, know we cannot walk by a used-book store without peeking inside to take a look at the stock. We do so in the hope we will find the book that tells us what life is all about and how we can keep the Devil from placing mean-spirited people in positions of brief authority where they can abuse the defenseless. If we do walk past the bookstore without going in, we know we are ready for assisted living.

"Tapering Off," by Jacob A. Stein, Legal Spectator, Washington Lawyer, June 2006 (author of Legal Spectator & More)

June 14, 2006 08:37 AM    Caught Our Eye

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