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September 16, 2005
A Quiet Day, A Few Notes

Sorry for the quiet day. I have had a long week at work and have had a number of projects keeping me busy -- and to top it off, I had to wrap them up before I took a week off. Today and this evening turned out to be difficult for blogging, but I may still have some energy left this evening. To top it off, someone sent me a huge unsolicited attachment, twice, and filled up my mailbox. If you sent me mail that bounced back today, I have the fixed the problem now.

This next week should be more fun. I'm taking a vacation to visit Toronto. Assuming that the RCMP does not arrest me, I will speak at the University of Toronto on Tuesday evening as part of a panel discussion on journalism and blogging. The First Mate and I will spend a few days sightseeing in Canada, mostly in the Toronto area, as it is her first trip to Canada and the first one for me that allowed for any non-business time.

Tomorrow I will host the Northern Alliance Radio Network, as Mitch Berg takes a well-deserved day off from his center-mike duties. We're on every Saturday, noon to 3 CT, on AM 1280 The Patriot. Day By Day's Chris Muir joins us in the second hour to discuss his excellent comic strip. You can join us, too, by either listening to our broadcast in the Twin Cities or on the Internet stream at the station's website. Call in at 651-289-4488 and talk to the NARN and Chris Muir directly.

Keep a close eye on the blog this weekend. I have more information on Judge Karlton, who ruled that the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance harmed the Constitutional rights of children this week, and also more Able Danger details.

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Posted by Ed Morrissey at September 16, 2005 10:06 PM

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