Wednesday, November 28, 2007

LPB Makes ABA Top 100 Blog List!

We are humble, but we are proud.  Most of all, we're really thankful Mike Frisch blogs here.

We are on the ABA Top 100 Blog list.  If you have nothing better to do with your time, vote for us.

Update:  Honestly, doesn't the ABA have better things to do than tear asunder what was a perfectly good friendship between my esteemed colleague and Legal Ethics Forum founder, Andy Perlman, and me by making us competitors?  I just want to note that while LEF readers, as Andy notes, "may have good taste," our readers are less filling.  I also think that voters should pay close attention to Professor Perlman's stands on the Iraq War, the alternative minimum tax, the gold standard, and paper versus plastic at the grocery store.

[Jeff Lipshaw]

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For the record, I didn't found the legalethicsforum.com blog. That well-deserved credit goes to John Dzienkowski, John Steele, and Brad Wendel.

As for my political views, I will say that I am skeptical and wary of Empires, including the Yankees and a blog that affiliates itself with the ever-expanding Caron Empire. Vote for the Legal Profession Blog, if you must, but know that you are casting a vote for the Dark Side of the Blogging Force.

Posted by: Andrew Perlman | Nov 28, 2007 7:02:50 PM

This from a man who lives under the sports empires of the Red Sox and a football team coached by someone who deliberately hoodie-dresses like thar dark emperor lord guy.

But anyway please understand that we have just made a deal with Paul Caron that allows us, and all the people of Cloud City for which we are responsible, to keep our Tabanna gas mining operation relatively unfettered by the oppressive thumbs of the LPB empire. I trust that will work out well.

Posted by: Childress | Nov 29, 2007 9:03:48 AM

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