Saturday, May 31, 2008

Conference in Austin

I got the chance to sit down and grab a few drinks with regular posters and fellow-bloggers, Michael and Grits for Breakfast while I was in Austin yesterday. Its always nice to sit down and have an intelligent discussion with folks over a beer or three. We had good talk over everthing from FLDS to CPS to politics.

It was a lot fun, guys. Let's do it again, soon.

5 comments:

Mark Bennett said...

I'm not going to give away AHCL's identity, but I will say that he's not the guy on the left. Or the guy in the middle.

Michael said...

Hey, that was a cool afternoon, and thanks for the beer. By the way, I wouldn't be much of a grammar snob if I didn't point out that it's "it's". :)

But seriously, you're a babe.

(For those of you who haven't met us, in the picture, I'm the one on the left and Joe, er, Grits is the one on the right.)

A Harris County Lawyer said...

I was going to try to get a caption under the picture that read "Guess Which One Michael and Grits thought I was", but I couldn't get it to line up.

I knew Mark would take care of it in the comments.

Jason said...

Which one does Stalin represent?

;-)

Gritsforbreakfast said...

Thanks, AHCL, I enjoyed it, too.

As for who is who, my wife immediately presumed, "Well obviously the prosecutor in love with the death penalty has to be Stalin." I told her that probably wasn't your vision when you posted it; he was certainly pro-death penalty, though! ;) best,