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July 8, 2010

Thanks, (slow) readers, for helping to make this blog among the very "stickiest"!

To understand what the post title means, check out this post and the law prof blog rankings from Paul Caron at TaxProf Blog.  And I am really grateful for all my readers (whether they read slow or fast), and also for all the commentors and those who send me materials to ensure I continue to enjoy very much being "stuck" with this blog.

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No slow readers here Professor,just an awful lot of (mostly)very interesting information and commentary to absorb. Thanks

Posted by: Enjoy the Site | Jul 8, 2010 7:04:02 PM

Prof. Berman deserves a Courageous Lawyer and Integrity Award. He has not banned a visitor from earth to this lawyer Twilight Zone. This visitor brought with her the self-evident, yet disruptive idea that the law is an empirical practice, with harsh outcomes of errors for real people. Yet it is being run like a religious cult.

One nationally known expert on the Free Speech Clause banned this visitor, and wrote a psychotically rambling guest policy, the same day. The intolerable faux pas of this visitor? Demand that he address the origins of current legal practices in Scholasticism, in violation of another First Amendment Clause, the Establishment Clause. This expert had no awareness of the influence of St. Thomas on Henry of Bracton, and on Henry's setting out the law in his case book, as it is practiced today, in the 13th Century. He termed this demand repetitive and tiresome. I am sorry, but it is the lawyer in Inquisition 2.0, with its gravely damaging business plan that is really repetitive and tiresome. The visitor may have inspired the psychotic guest policy. The expert inspired the lawyer term of art, dumbass. This is not an epithet. It refers to someone with an IQ of 300 whose mind is crippled by legal education.

Posted by: Supremacy Claus | Jul 8, 2010 11:33:28 PM

YeaH!your blog is really cool...I've always love reading it.

Posted by: Nursing pajamas | Jul 9, 2010 2:06:12 AM

It helps that you link to so many court opinions and other documents that take time to read. I often end up with an SL&P window sitting open while actually reading such linked material.

Posted by: Soronel Haetir | Jul 9, 2010 2:12:48 AM

I'm stuck on you. Keep up the good work!

Posted by: SL & P addict | Jul 9, 2010 11:02:10 AM

Zzzzzzzz....

Dang - fell asleep on here again.

Posted by: Law faculty factory fellow | Jul 9, 2010 12:21:48 PM

Fellow: I hope you will be more entertained when the arrests begin, although no one around here is at any risk to be rounded up with the lawyer hierarchy.

Posted by: Supremacy Claus | Jul 9, 2010 3:01:19 PM

Question for Prof. Berman.

This law prof blog network is very left wing. Is there another that is more centrist or more to the right?

Prof. Caron does not reply, believing me to be a mere member of the public. I am one of the owners of the law, and he a mere technician.

However, he does respond sometimes. I complained to him that he had a nearly all homosexual panel commenting on his Family Law Blog. These professors would never form families, that were not hideous caricatures. How could he do that? Within 3 months the homosexuals were all gone, and his blog looked less ridiculous, and was less disgusting to the ordinary reader.

Posted by: Supremacy Claus | Jul 9, 2010 3:26:05 PM

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