UPDATE: Fins cornerback Will Allen has been arrested by the Miami Beach Police Department for DUI. Yahoo Sports article here.
UPDATE: The former self described "vicar" of American foreign policy, and perhaps the savior of the American presidency during his tenure as Nixon's chief of staff during the last days of Nixon's presidency, General Alexander M. Haig has passed away.
Visitors to felony bond hearing court today may have been a bit startled to see a ghost from the past. Who was that strange fellow sitting on the bench with the long gray pony tail?
Just who was that judge who was later seen in Au Bon Pain peddling a CD (proceeds to charity) with his picture on the front canoodling with a well endowed, much younger Panamanian woman?
Why none other than the man, the myth, the legend.......(and the rock star??)
Can't get enough of Judge Margolius a/k/a "Zweig"? (Don't ask us, we have no idea)
Then go here to his website, where you can see the cover of his new hit CD "Running out of Time", and listen to the title track (we've always been partial to the single "I'm drunk"*) while perusing some very interesting pictures of our hero canoodling with some of his legion of Panamanian female fans (and one picture of Rick with Ray Rodriguez in Vegas)
Retirement seems to agree with Rick Margolius, and yet.....we're like a persistent rash. Some how once the REGJB gets in your blood, you can never get it out. So Margolius returns for some part time judging, and some full time Miami fun.
See you in court, just waiting for a bond hearing for old times sake.
*No kidding. That's actually a song on one of his previous CDs.
UPDATE: He's our favourite current president. He's a biologist with a doctorate in Zoology. He was neither elected nor appointed nor did he seize power in a military coup. And after a few weeks as President the man the NY Times says is a "obscure son of a rural canoe-carver and fisherman" who is a "mild-mannered academic in a black fedora" is drawing rave reviews for his presidency. We are of course speaking of Goodluck Jonathan, President of Nigeria. The NY Times article is here.