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September 12, 2005

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I was sworn in this morning in the New York First Department along with a two-term member of the Elect and YLS superstar, Tali Farhadian. I respectfully dissent from the description of her physical appearance as a "lush beauty" and "traffic-stopping." She actually looks much better in the snapshots posted on this blog than she does in person. She was wearing a pants suit and possibly some unfashionable eyewear and has a sizeable nose.

Anon

What will happen to Chief Justice Rehnquist's current clerks?

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