UPDATE: The judicial races are heating up, and the Herald via David Ovalle here covers the story here, and credits a local blog of some renown in breaking the story about candidate Carrazana being canned by his firm for filing against Judge Smith.
Speaking of which, Judge Smith has swamped his opponent in fund raising and support, but that's what happens when an unqualified lawyer with an Hispanic surname as his only "qualification" for being elected runs against a supremely qualified Judge.
... Because life is too short
not to travel
to drink bad wine
to not follow your dreams
to eat bad food
to associate with bad people
to represent pain-in-the-butt clients
to tangle with clueless judges
to not read great books
to not see great movies (go see "A Most Wanted Man" John LeCare's intricate spy thriller and Phillip Seymour Hoffman's last great role.)
to hate your job
to not love and laugh and live.
So get off your couch and follow your dreams.
See you in court Monday.