Sorry, people. The first law review cite check was due yesterday, so the last few days have been hectic.
Some highlights of the last few hours and days:
Bush criticizes Kerry's Iraq remarks as sending a "dangerously mixed message" to our troops, allies, and our enemies. In contrast, I call that political discourse. I call it an election year.
I went to a session at UW Law this morning on blogging with Ann Althouse and Gordon Smith. Unfortunately, these coffee and donuts sections (sorry, Professor) are always at 8:30, and for the second semester in a row, I have a class conflict. Today it was my Evidence class, which starts at 8:50, so I was really only there for the brief introductions and the "what is a blog" discussion. Otherwise, there is no way I am missing free coffee in the morning. Doesn't happen.
Professor Althouse has a great post up that polls poets, of all people, for the correct spelling of donuts/doughnuts.
Reporters continue to abuse the word touts.
Washington Post horserace story.
Last, I heard a good song on the radio on the way home. The singer has an inauspicious name, unless you are a radical Serbo-Croatian nationalist.