Have I mentioned that Suesspicious Minds is a blog I’m rather jealous of? It’s what Pink Tape ought to be if I would only find the time to write more serious analytical posts and refocus on law rather than commentary. But don’t think it’s dull : it’s clever stuff wrapped up in funny. Just like Dr Suess.
I cannot recommend it highly enough. If I had a pound for every time I receive a notification of a new Suesspicious Minds post and say “Dang that Suess loving hack, he’s gone and stolen my material and written a much more insightful post than I would ever have been arsed to write” – if I had a pound every time I say that, I’d be a fat cat indeed.
I wonder what are the chances of creating the perfect family law blog by splicing our respective blogging genes to create some kind of Frankenstein Pink Suess Blogchild? “I am the Lawrax, I speak for the fees“. Perhaps not.
Anyway, back to my eulogy to Suesspicious Minds. These are particularly good recent posts which you really ought to read:
- One on the vexed question of “How Voluntary is Voluntary Accomodation?” (on which topic I wrote some months ago) and the case of CA (A Baby), Re  EWHC 2190 (Fam) (30 July 2012).
- Another very current issue – the Ryder reforms, a few tidbits, to contrast with my sidestep of a blogpost.
- And finally, an analysis of the meaning of “beyond parental control” using the recent case of Re K (2012): Forensic Ferrets (or “Standing in the way of (beyond parental) control”)
Well, that’s enough from me (“The writer who breeds more words than he needs, is making a chore for the reader who reads.”). Go read it (“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”).
And tell ‘im I sentya.
PS he’s @suesspiciousmin on twitter.