Friday, August 26, 2005

Thanks to Tony D'Amato

Peggy, Julian, and I want to thank Tony for his guest blogging with us for the past couple of weeks. The discussion he spurred was lively, to say the least, and we look forward to his continuing to comment on the discussions on this blog and then returning as guest blogger in the not-to-distant future.

As for the usual suspects, the three of us are largely back around and you'll be seeing more of us in the coming days. Also coming soon... other guest bloggers and the next installment of Opinio Juris Interviews.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

As a reader, I enjoyed his posts. I too look forward to him returning to your blog.

Keep up the good work.

8/26/2005 2:28 PM  
Blogger Antiluminous said...

Professor D'Amato, thanks for the invite, but I am moving on. Groupthink organizations aren't my style.

Take care!


8/26/2005 3:29 PM  
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Blogger D'Amato said...

But Obtestor, you're the best derailer since Buster Keaton. Why don't you make your way straight through the internet derailing other people's posts?

8/26/2005 5:52 PM  
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[But Obtestor, you're the best derailer since Buster Keaton. Why don't you make your way straight through the internet derailing other people's posts?]

lol. I should be a lawyer.


8/26/2005 8:34 PM  
Anonymous H. Tuttle said...

Whew! Glad D'Amato's gone back to his tower. ;-) Now we can get back to business here sans Mr. D's constant U.S. bashing.

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