So Miguel, when are you going to do your “Ask me anything?”
I can’t make him do an AMA but he is the winner of that poll.
There are enough cases going on out there that it should be possible to write a different case analysis everyday for the next ten years. I can’t handle it and I don’t think you can either.
One of the things that I despise is when quotes are taken out of context. The number of times I’ve read some media shill string four 3 word quotes together in order to make somebody look bad (or good) is in the tens of thousands. It is just wrong.
The liars seem to do this all the time. Listening to Bonta’s people say
… The Second Amendment isn’t a “regulatory straightjacket”… and leave of the blank check part of the clause is infuriating to me.
Since I’m now writing for the public, you all, I decided that I wasn’t going to provide out of context quotes. These leads to huge pull quotes. The quotes were getting so out of hand I wrote CSS to support my tendency to create such quotes.
It is very difficult when I’m writing to keep my articles short. I know that for “best engagement” blog postings should be in the 500 word range. My articles run 1500 to 3000 or more words.
The article I am writing about Rupp v. Bonta is about 7000 words long. I broke that into three different postings but each of those three are still long.
I’ve added B.L.U.F. to try and help and I’ve started adding “asides” to help break up that word wall, but they are still long.
I am also going to try and remember to take advantage of the “read more” feature so that the home page is less of a wall of text.
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