The great Joust The Facts blog hiatus of 2008 is going to continue a little while longer. While there's been much to discuss politically, particularly the two hollow shells of candidates remaining on the Democratic side of the aisle and their travails**, it's been good to focus on the things that are so important now in our big move out of the People's Republic of Massachusetts. New Hampshire still has a gritty New England "Live Free or Die" attitude that, for relatively independent-thinking and self-reliant physicians, makes practicing medicine much more appealing than in the current (and likely future) environment in the neighbor to the south.
The new offices sparkle, but they need a bit of finish work, and we're still trying to get the neonatal ancillary businesses off to a strong start. One is in the NICU, and the other is home but still dependent on Mom and Dad for everything.
I did attend the Big East Tournament last week, and was a bit disappointed in the performance of my Huskies of UConn. They seem to give up big nights to good players; or maybe it's that the best players get themselves fired up to play a team that's won two national championships in the last 8 years. In any event, they should beat San Diego but will have their hands full with Drake, unless the defenders can both defend the three and cut off drives to the hoop. If they get to the sweet 16 they'll meet UCLA most likely, and that will be a very entertaining game.
I don't have the time to do a full pre-NCAA run through, but perhaps a bit of live-blogging the games tonight, tomorrow, Saturday and Sunday might be in order...