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Quote of the Day - The recall is creating uncertainty and instability. It's bad for our economy, it's bad for jobs and it's bad for California. - Dianne Feinstein
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The Kozinski

I'm watching CSPAN right now, and trying to watch/listen to the oral arguments on the California Recall. CSPAN's servers must be overloaded. Although the video is good, the sound is intermittent. We don't have a cable feed at the office yet.

Oh well, I'll just have to wait for the pundits to tell me what was said.

Circuit Judge Alex Kozinski may have given a surreptitous signal during the oral arguments while on TV. This post is pure speculation (right - like any good lawyer, I think I already know the answer).

During his first question, Judge Kozinski gave a noticeable "tug" on his ear, a la Carol Burnett. The "Tug" is generally known as Burnett's signal as a greeting to her Texas family.

Was Kozinski (born in Bucharest, Rumania, a long way from Texas) greeting anyone? Enquiring minds want to know. Any ideas out there?

P.S. Kozinski may have been one of the first judicial bloggers, having written a 10-day electronic journal for formerly MSN's Slate magazine.

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