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July 14, 2011


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Quick indeed. Looking forward to the video. Would love to see a post incorporating description of the voir-dire process in which jurors revealed their baseball ignorance. Thank you! -- DL

I can't believe Roger got off. You know he had something to do with that little girl's death! Oh wait, wrong case.

Hey, did I miss the part where there relates to poetry?

Everything relates to poetry. DL

Do y'all know how happy I was when I was in the States for less than 24hrs, and saw his face peering out at me from the cover of the WSJ? No, not Roger, I mean Stephen Reichert. Paparazzo extraordinaire. Thanks for the in-depth and poetic coverage.

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