One of the great Bloggernacle commenters gives a self-description:
I have been a reader and sporadic commenter in what we now felicitously call “the bloggernacle” since Nate Oman started the LDS-LAW email discussion group when Nate and I were both first-year law students. I try to avoid making substantive comments, but rather prefer to confine my commentary to points of procedure and etiquette.
I’m the world’s greatest dad (if this coffee mug is to be believed), and a faithful and obedient husband. I play correspondence chess. I sometimes ride my bike to work, in spite of the health benefits. I enjoy reading P.G. Wodehouse, Patrick O’Brian, Alan Furst, and histories of the Soviet Union, among other things. I don’t like discussing politics, but I sometimes do it anyway. I’m a dispassionate conservative. My favorite meal is a tin of smoked oysters and box of Triscuits. My law practice focuses on protecting the interests of virtuous corporations in litigation. I drive an old Honda, use a Mac, and wear fake Dockers. My musical tastes include sea shanties, Elvis Costello, and medieval church music. I lost to Ken Jennings by a very wide margin. I’m an unqualified Mormon.