Not a good start
This is the kind of morning I had. First, I forgot to set the alarm -- I was working on an appeal from home the last several days -- and I got up late. Then when I got downtown, I realized I'd left my cellphone at home, so I had to go back and get it. And then all four tires on my car went flat on the way back to the office.
Okay, the tires part isn't true, but the rest is, and the upshot is that I got to the office an hour late. I've got a full slate of stuff this morning, and this afternoon I'm doing a seminar. There are two appeals and a motion that I absolutely, positively have file today -- if it weren't for the last minute, I'd never get anything done -- and the only time I have to do that is first thing in the morning, which I should get to doing instead of explaining to you why there's not going to be a post (besides this one) today. But there will be one tomorrow, in which I discuss race and gender in America, and also provide penetrating insights on the Federal Reserve's announcement yesterday that it would keep its interest-rate guidance intact.
See you there.