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3/20/2007 – Branching out in guest blogging duties

Filed under: Blogging Matters,General — Justin Levine @ 11:20 am

[posted by Justin Levine]

Just a quick note – I have been invited by David K. Levine to become a guest blogger over at I’ll be moving most of my posts regarding intellectual property to that site. I encourage all of those who are open to new perspectives and continued debate on this issue to occasionally check that site out.

Meanwhile, I will still continue to blog about California law over at SoCalLawBlog and more general law, culture and media bias items here at for as long as the respective blog owners continue to want me. [I continue to be both honored and humbled that they do.] I’ll only be cross-posting if I feel that a topic is rather important and if it crosses blog-genres as I perceive them.

David K. Levine is no relation to me. But rest assured, it is obviously the Jews who are behind the vast conspiracy to undermine and reform our current intellectual property laws. Please tailor your future pogroms accordingly…

[posted by Justin Levine]

8 Responses to “ – Branching out in guest blogging duties”

  1. If not for the fact of what it means, “pogrom” would be in my top five favorite words… It’s just fun to say.

    pogrom pogrom pogrom… See?

    It’s like Gazeebo

    Scott Jacobs (90eabe)

  2. I am pleased that you will continue to blog here.

    aunursa (1b5bad)

  3. Thanks aunursa! I’ll take whatever compliment that people want to dish out.

    Justin Levine (20f2b5)

  4. Gazeebo – I definitley see your point, provided that you pronounce it a certain way. I’ve know people to say PAH-grom (with the emphasis on the first syllable). That doesn’t quite do it for me. But if you happen say pah-GROM…Well then…

    poGROM! poGROM! poGROM! Oh Yeah! (Your name is also cool in the same way. Gazeeeeebo….)

    Justin Levine (20f2b5)

  5. Me, too. I especially like your recent series on Courthouse quotes of the week. Texas has a judge who writes a monthly humor column for the Bar Journal and it’s probably the most popular feature in the publication. Your posts remind me of his column.

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