Some things I have learned to simply accept, if not with good humor, then at least without comment. As an attorney, I often receive (unsolicited) the glossy “brag books” in which a bunch of Seattle and Bellevue attorneys call themselves “Super Lawyers”, or publications like this one, intended to create confidence that if you have the negligence/personal injury/product liability case in which you don’t have confidence to properly handle yourself, referral to their firm would be a great thing for your client. 605 more words
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As an interesting counterpoint to a United States Attorney General who is reluctant to say that it is unconstitutional to use drones to execute American citizens on American soil, in Olympia, we have a bill before the legislature that proposes to ban the death penalty in the state of Washington, which has drawn some interesting supporters, including former Seattle Police Chief… 1,277 more words
One of the things I have learned in my brief time on this planet is that knee-jerk post-mortems are often wrong. I find that blame and recrimination are too often part of the process, and it tends to cloud thinking and obscure what is important. 2,670 more words
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King County received an “unprecedented” amount of complaints about plans to run ads critical of Israel on Metro buses and Executive Dow Constantine feared for the safety of passengers and drivers and even an international “terrorist attack” on the transit system if the ads appeared, according to court papers filed Monday.