May 11, 2006

Keeping Healthy, Mellow...

and organized is the secret to my cheery disposition and success. I start my daily constitutional with a morning jog followed by stretching and a vigorous sun salute.


To do list:
* Watch TiVo'd American Idol results (avoid water cooler)

* Drop off dry cleaning (heavy starch, point out mustard and relish stain)
* Call Judge Walton and accept invitation to friendly poker game (let him win)
* Send flowers to sweet smelling lassy
* Plan Enron Task Force "Guilty As Charged Party"
* Squeeze "Official A"

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21 Comments:

Blogger Charles said...

Thanks Patrick. That's what we've been waiting to hear.

"PATRICK ROCKS" !!

9:41 AM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

LOL,
You should really try being crabbier. I guess being 9 feet tall helps you avoid having your butt kicked too many times.

Kathleen

9:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great plan Patrick. We support you in everything you do.
D

9:48 AM  
Anonymous Dry Cleanerphile said...

It was a hotdog wasn't it?

10:08 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Well, we must alert the media of your "to do" list. I think that would make front page news since they only reporting propaganda and sensationalism. Now, here is the Biloxi's to do list:
1. Get something to eat.
2. Check email
3. Catch up on the show "Lost"
4. Check voice mail
5. Take a nap
6. Do some work
7. Take a nap
8. Take a nap

10:13 AM  
Anonymous e said...

my to do list:

wait patiently for tomorrows news

Pack

Pack

Pack

10:28 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Folks, here is the news for today.

First posting is on the Enron case. This is certsinly in the bag for Berkowitz and team. I talked about the Gillgan's defense. Hereis another new defense word: Ostrich defense! From WSJ:


"The Law Blog posted yesterday on the ostrich in the courtroom at the Enron trial. Well, Judge Lake addressed it yesterday, and, in so doing, delivered a body blow to Lay and Skilling. The judge sided with the prosecution in agreeing to allow jurors to find the Enron bosses guilty for deliberately ignoring wrongdoing at the company. The lower burden of proof gives jurors a way to convict Lay and Skilling without directly attaching them to any alleged accounting misdeeds.

Allowing the instruction is particularly controversial because the defense hasn’t made the argument that either Lay or Skilling had their heads buried in the sand. Rather, it’s asserted that both believed everything they were telling investors and employees about the company’s prospects. “This is not a case of hear no evil, see no evil,” Skilling’s lawyer Daniel Petrocelli said in his opening statement. “This is a case of, there was no evil.”
But as we also said, the instruction could be a key ground for appeal if the defendants are convicted. Improper jury instructions led to the reversal of convictions on appeal in the cases of accounting firm Arthur Andersen and investment banker Frank Quattrone. Earlier this year, lawyers for WorldCom’s Bernie Ebbers also made an improper jury instruction argument to the Second Circuit in their appeal of his conviction. The appeals court has yet to issue a ruling in the Ebbers case."

The Ostrich defense is this “willful blindness” or “deliberate ignorance” defense. Or put it to you this way, I called the "idiot" defense!

10:38 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Second posting:

More on Hookgate and more names. From Thinkprogress:

Cunningham scandal expands: “Federal prosecutors have begun an investigation” into powerful House Appropriations Committee chair Jerry Lewis (R-CA). The probe is focusing on Lewis’ connections to “longtime friend” and lobbyist Bill Lowery. “As chairman of the Appropriations panel, Lewis has earmarked hundreds of millions of dollars in federal contracts for many of Lowery’s clients.”

I knew Lowery's name would be added on the list of graft!

10:39 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Third posting. Off beat news. This is for Fitz. There is a new site where you pick up your favorite Krispy Kreme donuts:

Krispy Kreme awards franchise rights for Middle East

"Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Inc. has awarded franchise rights to a Kuwaiti restaurant company, the Americana Group.
Under the agreement, Americana Group is to open 100 Krispy Kreme (NYSE: KKD) locations in Egypt, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and other locations in the region."

http://triad.bizjournals.com/triad/stories/2006/05/08/daily24.html

10:41 AM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Fitz:
Taking care of the mind and body...that's great! :)

Biloxi:
I noticed you're taking alot of naps...do you talk in your sleep?

10:51 AM  
Anonymous fran said...

Mr. Fitzgerald, you are a piece of work lol

11:10 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Fitz that's a make believe list. I could try to guess what you do but after a year with you it might be embarrassing for both of us so I'll leave it alone plus it might give the lassy's some information.
Now here's my list:
Woke up and I was greatfull for the day and hoped to see tomorrow.
I let the day take care of itself you know my blood pressure can't take getting upset. That's it. Oh I forgot I tape the channel 7 soaps.

11:15 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

S-Q,

Hey, here is a newsflash: I DO NOT TALK IN MY SLEEP!!! And I don't snore (only when I have a cold).. I used to sleepwalk but was only when something was on my mind.. Several years ago, I had a family member visited me and I started to sleep walk one night and was heading out the door. And the family member was half asleep and saw me heading to the door and stopped me and led me back to my bedroom. The next morning, I did not I remember what happen!!! But, I do get asommia at times. Probably because of tense.... BTW, if I really talked in my sleep, I would bribe the person not to tell!!

11:23 AM  
Anonymous jodi said...

Squeezing Rove for more info?
I'll be keeping my paper bag close by however...

11:36 AM  
Blogger S-Q said...

SPB:
When my brother was young, he talked and walked in his sleep. When his talking got louder...then he would start walking. He always went for the front door but our parents put several dead bolts on the door..so that we had time to get to him! The funny thing was...he thought he was Davey Crockett and he was going outside to skin bears!! LOL!

I think it would be best to wear earplugs...instead of bribery! (Bribery can get you into trouble! LOL!)

11:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you walk in your sleep, make sure to wear pj bottoms and put a chair in front of the door.
I walk and talk and no longer sleep without pjays...

Please Mr Fitzgerald, SQUEEZE THAT PORKER LIKE A ZIT.

Sorry, got a little happy.

11:59 AM  
Blogger agata said...

I tried jogging once, but I looked like that Beethoven dog: all salivating, wheezing, tongue sticking out ... Now, I'm 'running' only to Starbucks...

12:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm crabby for both of us Kathleen... About that immigration bill they are pushing through today. Yet another ho yourself for votes toy. God knows they need someone to vote them back in. A good majority of real U.S citizens want nothing to do with the traitors.

1:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Be sure you squeeze not and not HUG.

You may be invading others territory--

good luck tomorrow.

6:07 PM  
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