Wednesday, May 11, 2005

Wrong Again, Naturally!

If you've ever gone to the racetrack, you've seen the tout sheets that proudly display their winning picks for the day.  I am proud to say that I hit the daily double in predictions about testifying defendants: my prognostication back in January (no, I won't search for the link) was that Bernie Ebbers was less likely to testify and Richard Scrushy (much) more likely to take the stand.  Today, the defense rested in Scrushy's trial without calling him to testify. We all know how Ebbers came across to the jury in his testimony.  I won't hazard a prediction on how the jury will come out in Scrushy's case, although I did pick North Carolina in one of my NCAA pools (along with everyone else). (ph) 

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