Tiger Woods fails to make cut at Quail Hollow. His sex life aside, I just enjoyed watching such a superb athlete and I’m sorry to see his self-destruction. I’d been looking forward to watching him for another twenty years but, maybe not.
Monthly Archives: April 2010
Thanks to “Happily retired litigator” I was able to retrieve this Commerce Clause case. No question that the result was right – our country was no longer willing to abide racist treatment of our citizens, but using the Commerce Clause to achieve that result was, in my opinion, a bad move. But hey – I’m not a member of the Supremes.
Salon nails him, but click on the Forbes profile if you need more. We’re going to have an entertaining circus down there for the next few months. This idiot’s a Demmerkrat, but I think his troubles are greater than that.
First, SWAT teams, now it’s Department of Justice suits. We’ve got a horrible accident down in the Gulf, but para-military units and lawyers are useless – engineers could help.
Other than that, all our activity today is under a million. I understand sellers’ reluctance to acknowledge the current market but really – if you don’t have to sell, pull your house and hope for better times a few years from now.
718 North Street, bought for $3.583 in 2001 and on the market for a long time since then, finally sold for $3.2 million yesterday. Assessment was just $2.458, so I guess someone had that right.
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