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August 26, 2008

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leaf

the main thing is he's inside. let him bluster all he wants, but he can't steal from investors now and won't be able to for at least five years. he did the crime and now he's doing the time. karma be praised.

leaf

the main thing is he's inside. let him bluster all he wants, but he can't steal from investors now and won't be able to for at least five years. he did the crime and now he's doing the time. karma be praised.

Phil

You can say that again.

JJ Commoner

I remember the earlier conversations here, wondering whether Connie might find the time inside useful for reflection.

Not a chance. Rather, he finds it bemusing and (almost) beneath him, but he and Lady Black insist on making lemonade.

Phil

As a Catholic I was taught to offer my sufferings up for my sins. No sins in Conrad's case, some suffering, a positive overall balance, with sainthood pending.

Upendra Disinfotata

I might have said "putrefaction" but otherwise he acquits himself well.

Long live the New Gandhi. Paint it, Black.

Phil

Yes, a strong leader. He has not learned from his mistakes because he has not made any.

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