As you can tell from her shameless gavel-banging at the end of the post, Article III Groupie was very proud of how her interview with Judge Gettleman turned out. She was also pleased with the interview's warm reception throughout the blogosphere.
In addition to the kind mentions on other blogs, A3G also received reader mail praising the interview -- as well as the attractiveness of Judge Gettleman's chambers staff:
"The recent interview is decidedly kickass. Way to go!"
"What a great interview."
"'Win a Date With One of ... Judge Gettleman's law clerks?' Maybe that should be your contest (assuming you're adhering to stare decisis regarding your decision not to do 'Win a Date With Article III Groupie'), 'cause they look cute!"
"I enjoyed the interview with Judge Gettleman . . . Looking at the picture [of him with his law clerks], I was reminded of the Seinfeld episode where Elaine thought the coffee shop they frequented was only hiring buxom women..."
Article III Groupie thanks her readers for the fan mail (and apologizes for any comments that might be deemed politically incorrect). She must also thank Judge Gettleman one more time for being such a wonderful interviewee.
For her next interview, A3G will be staying in the Midwest, just driving down I-65 from Chicago to Indianapolis. Her third guest for "Questions Presented" is a federal judicial wunderkind, who attained the bench at the tender age of 37: the Honorable John D. Tinder, of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana!
Article III Groupie is absolutely thrilled to be interviewing Judge Tinder! As several of you have so kindly done in the past, please e-mail her with any suggested interview questions or topics.
Wondering whether she should have become a journalist or a writer, instead of a lawyer,