Borrowing a short phrase from our Declaration of Independence, “[w]hen, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary. . .”, to shorten blog posts, to seek mental refuge from the vagaries of time constraints, and to obtain a handle on all the crap required in life, the individual poster should assume that time must win, and then recover what sanity is left available to him. In essence, the amount of things required for work are far exceeding the amount of time left for posting to the blog. I am not giving up; however, I am going to be posting far shorter posts, and they will probably be less frequent, at least in the short term. The trial schedule is building, the hearing schedule is built, and I might be out from under the required deposition schedule sometime in a few months. Having said this, I would encourage anyone to provide feedback, ask questions, or even a guest blog posting. ~ Michael S. Pauley
Michael S. Pauley is a Navy brat and an old soldier who served in all three components of the United States Army. Living in Lexington, South Carolina, Michael is now a practicing attorney and member of the United States Naval Institute and the American Legion, Post 154, Tybee Island, Georgia.