Fugitive and Cloistered

detail from unicorn tapestry at the Cloisters

detail from unicorn tapestry at the Cloisters

I’m back from New York, which was fun (though, toward the end, unusually cold). Our IP session went well, and later that day Charles and I had a good time being interviewed by Darian Worden, Tennyson McCalla, and Bile of Thinking Liberty, and hanging out with them afterward. I also went with friends to see the Cloisters, which was really beautiful.

I had excellent meals at Barney Greengrass and Pastis, a pretty good meal at Evergreen, and an absolutely dreadful meal at the Heavenly Bamboo Pavilion.

Now I need to start preparing for classes and my Phoenix trip.

In other news, Robert Wicks has a great post (CHT Manuel Lora) on the lessons to be drawn from the Case of the Underpants Bomber.

In still other news, you gotta love this euphemistic description: “a fatal shooting that involved officers” (I’ll leave it to you to guess the nature of the police officers’ “involvement.”)

Best wishes to all for a happy and stateless new year!

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6 Responses to Fugitive and Cloistered

  1. Black Bloke December 31, 2009 at 8:11 pm #

    Chrome 3.0.195.38 Windows Vista

    It was great seeing you out here Roderick :-)

    Hopefully I can get you to become a permanent NYC resident (or saving that a permanent NH resident).

    Hope to see you again sometime sooner rather than later ;-)

  2. Neil December 31, 2009 at 8:20 pm #

    Firefox 3.5.6.NETCLR3.5.30729 Windows Vista

    Wish in one hand…

    But a happy new year to you too!

  3. Kevin January 1, 2010 at 1:20 pm #

    Firefox 3.0.16 Windows XP

    What are you doing in Phoenix?

    • Roderick January 1, 2010 at 1:32 pm #

      Firefox 3.5.6.NETCLR3.5.30729 Windows XP

      This.

    • Brandon January 1, 2010 at 8:50 pm #

      Chromium 4.0.283.0 Linux

      Did you see the first ten minutes of The Dark Knight?

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