For those of you who don’t follow folk music, the post title is a reference to this. The occasion is one million page loads for this blog, according to the stat counter at the bottom of the page. Wahoo! Thanks to those of you who e-mail links and post suggestions. Thanks also to everybody in the blog roll, especially the folks who contribute posts to this blog. Special heartfelt thanks to the amazing Bridget Crawford, the smartest, most fabulous feminist law prof I know, despite some keen competition.
There is no advertising here, so nothing is (or needs to be) verified, and the stats are not publicly available to give a little bit of privacy protection to readers. This means we have to forgo comparing genital size with other more manly law prof blogs, but somehow we bravely carry on, sitting down to pee as necessary.
I’ve been on the road for personal reasons, so apologies if e-mails were not acknowledged or comments were slow to appear. I attended my niece K.’s graduation, far away from South Carolina. She was valedictorian of her (large, public) high school class (in a university town, meaning lots of competition), and I could not be prouder. It was a great trip, but it’s nice to be home, as always.