To get good insightful answers, how the question is framed matters. I missed an opportunity on Thursday
Hamilton is a medium size city, and you'll often run into many people you know in the same place.
But how often do you run into them thinking about the same thing?
It's 9:30pm, I print onto paper all of my OMB liveblog posts. It's about 100 pages. I hop onto a Sobi Bike and go over to the Mulberry Cafe to highlight key passages over coffee. (I'm working on summaries of the case for the week ahead)
Arriving at Mulberry, a couple ask me when I expect the OMB ruling to be released. I get a huge smile on my face, pull out my binder of print-outs, and tell them, funny you ask.
What follows is a good discussion of the case, and an opportunity for me to taste the response of my thoughts as I plan to publish them.
As we are speaking about the OMB case, one of the key participants in the case walks by.
Hamilton's a funny place like that.