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Monthly Archives: July 2020

An Ode to Admins During Coronapocalypse July 24, 2020

I’m more fortunate than a lot of people, I suppose, in that during coronapocalypse my industry, the law, has been considered an essential one and we never really shut down.  Things shifted to Zoom and WebEx. We discovered that a lot of those meetings that we suspected could have been emails really could have been…

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My Jubilee Year July 10, 2020

I happen to have been born in a Jubilee Year.  A Jubilee Year is a biblical thing, specifically Leviticus 25:8-13, and although it is a fairly complicated concept, it can be summed up as a Super-Sabbath of a year.  It’s the year after the 7th times 7th year.  The 50th year. You rest your cropland…

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Book Review — The Murder of Sara Barton July 5, 2020

“The Murder of Sara Barton” by Lance McMillian is a courtroom drama told from the perspective of a prosecutor who has a personal motive for wanting to see murderers get their due. Chance Meridian is still grieving the loss of his wife and son to a killer who has gotten away with the crime when…

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