Capital Punishment


Capital Punishment


I have been honored to have been picked up by another blogger, Paul Foer, and his Annapolis Capital Punishment blog. Turns out my comments below on Annapolis resonated with his blog post, here. Thanks to Paul. Best of luck to him and his campaign to bring parking reason to the Maryland Capital.

I love the double/triple entendre with his blog title. Capital can mean the building or city where government sits, it can also mean money, and of course, that most extreme of punishments. My guess is that Paul considers all three when he writes.


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One Response

  1. Many thanks, but the title also derives from The Capital, the name of our daily newspaper-and occasionally the brunt of my jabs. I do try to consider all three–four or more meanings. Sometimes people come to the site expecting something about state-sponsored executions. That of course does happen in Annapolis every day as the governor is here, but especially in January through April when the general assembly is in session, but it is a different execution of course. And I do write about parking!

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