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Monday, July 13, 2009

Bye Bye (and a McSweeney's Piece for the Road)

I just wanted to say farewell for now, as this will be my last Prawfs post for a long while, though I expect to be back for another guest stint in December.  Thank you to Dan and all the Prawfsers for letting me hang out here long after I ran out of anything to say.  If you want, you can always find me somewhere on my webmpire, which includes my personal website where you can view my paintings of goofy pears, click on links to various stories I've written, and read my script for a sitcom about death row; my blog; and of course the webpage for Holy Hullabaloos: A Road Trip to the Battlegrounds of the Church/State Wars, which you might want to buy now if you haven't already because the Boston Globe recently called it "stunning[]" (OK, they said I pulled off an unlikely feat "stunningly") and "zanily irreverent".  There, how's that for one last pathetic smarmy piece of self promotion.

As a parting gift, I'll leave you with this piece I have this morning on McSweeney's about the Sotomayor hearings.  There has been a lot of talk in the blogosphere of course about what might transpire there, but as far as I know, nobody has yet to consider what the hearings might look like if they were held in front of the 1977 Kansas City Royals rather than the Senate Judiciary Committee.  As the law reviews say, I have attempted to "fill this gap."

Posted by Jay Wexler on July 13, 2009 at 10:18 AM in Jay Wexler | Permalink


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Jay, thanks for all your great posts, and congrats again on the book!
See you 'round here soon.

Posted by: Dan Markel | Jul 14, 2009 9:16:51 AM

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