Grab the Kids! The Carnival is Coming to Town!
"What Carnival?" I hear you cry. Why, none other than the premiere weekly carnival of legally-oriented weblogologists, the Blawg Review.
I had been planning to host the Review sometime around Midsummer, when it was to be hoped that the demands of my profession might have eased up a bit. My Midsummer's dream was not to be, however, as the mysterious "Ed.", editor of the Blawg Review, was successful in prevailing upon me to serve as a last minute substitute to host the Review fewer than two weeks from today.
WHEREFOR I humbly request that you mark your calendars now! Because, on April 3, 2006, Blawg Review #51 will be published at two -- yes, two! -- locations under the proprietorship of this foolish country lawyer: here, in the forest, and there, at the ostensibly more serious Declarations and Exclusions. Some clever division between the two sites will be worked out, so that you will be required to read both posts at both weblogs in order to savor the full spectral panoply of wonders that is, or will be, Blawg Review #51. The extra click-through will be a small price to pay, I assure you.
In the meantime, so that you may contain your excitement and so as to make the time pass more quickly, please sample the current offering of Blawg Review #49 at Jim Calloway's Law Practice Tips Blog, and the forthcoming 50th Edition to be hosted beginning March 27 by the dark goddess of replevin.
[Query whether the goddess of replevin is acquainted with this Fool's #1 hit-generator, the Goddess of Folly? A mystery of eleusinian dimensions, to be sure.]