Month: October 2009

It Was My Understanding There Would Be No Math…

 A few weeks ago, on a lovely Saturday at Wrightsville Beach, NC, I was in a small banquet room, assisting a Homeowner's Association with a special meeting calling for the removal of directors. There were two large factions in the Association and on the Board. One faction had collected a sufficent number of petitions to […]

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My Not-So-Hero, Zero

There has been a lot of justifiable backlash over “zero tolerance” policies for weapons at schools. The tale of the cub scout proud of his pocket knife with fork and spoon has prompted many people to cry out “where is the common sense of these school officials?” My practice really isn’t geared to this type […]

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