I've been not really busy lately, but rather not blogging until this weekend, when I've posted a bit, just not here. In Olympia, they'll be talking with the downtown association.
One post over at Washblog about PFDs, one post over at WD about folks back in DC fighting about Montana.
I've been reading and thinking a lot about baseball, pushed by a series of Robert Whiting essays over at Japan Times. My thinking right now is that there should be three major leagues: MLB, Pan-Latin and Pan-Asia. Economically speaking, Pan-Latin is unlikely to happen, there just isn't enough money to pay for it right now.
Pan-Asian, though seems to make a lot of sense economically. Plenty of income, but from what Whiting points out, tons of organizational problems with the premier Japanese league to keep it from happening.