Friday, September 01, 2006

Thanks to State29, K.L. Snow, Everest Poker News

Thanks to State29 ["Nicholas Johnson Has Field Day," September 1],

Diary of a Political Madman (K.L. Snow) ["Coming Soon to an Artificial Body of Water Near You," September 1], and

Everest Poker News and Promotions ["Rain Forest Breaks Silence, Not Ground blackjack fact," September1, 2006],

for their links to Nicholas Johnson, "Rain Forest Breaks Silence, Not Ground," September 1, 2006, and Nicholas Johnson, "Out of Body, Out of Mind," September 1, 2006 -- especially if it was one of their links that brought you to this blog.

8 comments:

KL Snow said...

Nick,

Thanks for the link, but you didn't respond to the idea I laid out there.

If nominated to the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission, would you serve?

KL

Nick said...

K.L.: Thanks for the flattering suggestion an old man should still be following President Kennedy's suggestion he ask "what can I do for my country?"

The reason I didn't respond to your suggestion -- aside from the effort to feign the appearance of modesty -- was because, as I assume you are aware, it's what we call in law school "a hypothetical question."

There's no way that any politician who wants to be re-elected, and needs to raise campaign contributions to do it, would ever appoint me to such a commission. Since that's pretty much all politicians, I don't think it's a question I'll ever have to answer.

(The only possible exception would be a Governor Ed Fallon, and I would hope I might have something more significant to contribute to a Fallon Administration.)

But as a hypothetical question, yeah, I'd certainly give it serious consideration.

-- Nick

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