ASSISTANT US ATTORNEY OUTS HIMSELF AS AUTHOR OF FAMOUS FEDERAL COURT BLOG.
You can read the full account of the self outing by the author of ÂUnderneath their RobesÂ here: http://biz.yahoo.com/law/051121/fa74db42f9b91b89f200c61de91a34b0.html?.v=1
Here are some of the highlights of the blog that I love:
Regular features included "Superhotties of the Federal Judiciary," touting the physical attractiveness of 12 men and 9 women on the bench. The top three women were Lourdes Baird (C.D. Cal.), "a lovely Latina [who] leads UTR readers to exclaim, 'Que rica!'"; Irma Gonzalez (S.D.Cal.), "a judicial J. Lo who is muy caliente!"; and Frank Hull (11th Cir.), of whom Lat writes: "In case you're wondering, Frank M. Hull "is a woman -- and oh, what a woman!"
The top three male superhotties were Harold Baer Jr. (S.D.N.Y.), "as handsome as the dickens"; Gary Feess (C.D.Cal.), "quite cute, in an admittedly nerdy, dork chic sort of way" and Alfred Goodwin (9th Cir.). "Yee-haw!" Lat wrote. "Article III Groupie is ready to be lassoed, tied and dropped by this judicial hottie!"
In "The Dancing Queen of the Ninth Circuit," he excerpted a newspaper article about U.S. Circuit Judge Consuelo Callahan, who "likes to surprise judicial and legal gatherings by starting discussions about serious topics and ... then pulls off her black robe to reveal a sequined costume and tap shoes." He posted both Article III Groupie's e-mail asking the judge for her photo so attired and Callahan's polite e-mail denying the request "without prejudice."
And Brian Tannenbaum won't publicize my blog unless I reveal my identity.
Sure, real chance of happening. I could get more than fired!!!!
Any candidates for "supperhottie" of the Justice Building? male or female accepted.
On second thought, why should we stoop to the prurient level of some over heated and under sexed federal prosecutor? Don't we have higher standards than this fecundated Fed?
[ Remember send those nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org]