I missed Tuesday evening's edition of EDSBS Live because my son had tee-ball practice, so I tuned in for the rebroadcast, which I would encourage you to listen to if you, like me, missed it the first time.
In the course of the program, Orson Swindle offered the observation that there weren't enough romantic associations with Flag Day. To the extent that Orson is correct, it isn't due to lack of trying on my part, as I commemorated the occasion on June 14, 1996, by proposing to my wife following a stirring karaoke rendition of Elvis Presley's "Can't Help Falling in Love." (At the risk of finding myself incorporated into Ragin' Cajun Rebel's treatise on "Caddyshack" and Shakespeare: "So I've got that going for me. . . .")
As for my answer to Orson's question about subjects on which his listeners could lecture, how much time do you have? I suppose I should respond with subjects on which I have lectured: I have taught continuing legal education seminars on the Georgia reporter shield law and on Georgia probate practice.
Stay tuned for the next installment of radical realignment later today. . . .