I'm a little pissed Scott hasn't wrote in yet -- you're "in hiding" at the Capital Grille but you can't send a short note to a humble blogger and loyal fan?
(Note -- I'm mostly a fan of the family).
Hmm, how about this --
Did you all know that Bob Mayer is opening up a Miami office for San Francisco-based Gordon & Rees:
Robert Mayer has been practicing law in Florida for more than 25 years, serving the litigation and transactional needs of global corporations such as Cartier, Chevron, Citgo, CROSSMARK, Gucci, Ralph Lauren/Polo and Texaco, as well as numerous other national and regional companies. He has handled more than 150 litigated matters in state and federal courts involving complex commercial litigation, employment law, intellectual property, environmental torts, and financial fraud claims. He previously served as general counsel to a local hospital, is currently a life-time board member of the National Kidney Foundation of Florida, and has an almost unique distinction of being a 9th generation Floridian and a 4th generation Miamian.
"Joining Gordon & Rees is an exciting opportunity for me to open the office of a national firm and grow it into a strategic regional hub. Gordon & Rees is a perfect fit for my clients because it has a unique reputation as a well run, fiscally conservative law firm that delivers impressive results at a very reasonable price. This is exactly what clients want, particularly in today's challenging economic environment. I look forward to being able to offer the firm's extensive national services to my clients and to significantly expand the firm's legal services in the Florida market." Robert M. Mayer, Managing Partner, Miami office.
As long as your managing partner doesn't bury himself in an elaborate compound at the bottom of an island Volcano and speak to you only through a pneumatic tube messaging service, you should do fine.
BTW, here's a song about a different Kim but it sums up where my head is at: