December 25, 2008
Christmas Day and the Antitrust Professor
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
Merry Christmas to all of our blog readers.
I do not plan on doing any work today although I am gearing up to begin analyzing my practitioner survey, which yielded 231 responses. This was an amazing number given that the survey took 10-15 minutes to complete, it was an internet survey, and the people taking it understand that their time is valuable- perhaps even $1,000 a billable hour valuable.
This year Christmas and Channukah overlap, so we will be lighting Channukah candles tonight (night five). The US Jewish tradition is to eat Chinese food and watch a movie, since there is nothing else to do on Christmas Day. For the antitrust readership, my list of recommendations for best Chinese food in the DC are (since there is a huge blog readership in DC) includes:
DC- Meiwah Restaurant, 1200 New Hampshire Ave. NW
Bethesda- Penang, 4933 Bethesda Avenue (actually Malaysian but has a lot of Malaysian-Chinese offerings)
Rockville- Bob's 88 Shabu Shabu, 316 N. Washington Street
Wheaton- Paul Kee, 11305-B Georgia Avenue
Virginia - Hong Kong Palace (formerly Saigon Palace), 6387 Leesburg Pike, Seven Corners Center, Falls Church, VA
My three Favorite Channukah songs:
Kyle Broflovski - I'm A Lonely Jew On Christmas
Adam Sandler - Channukah Song
Smooth-E - Hey Ya Channukah
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If you are ever in Baltimore I would suggest David Chu's China Bistro on Reisterstown Rd--yes, it is so good, you won't even know it is Kosher!
Posted by: Justin | Dec 26, 2008 10:57:52 AM