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Saturday, July 25, 2009

Back Home in Cincinnati

Love CincinnatiAlthough I loved my seven weeks in San Diego, it's wonderful to be back home with my family in Cincinnati.  I feel blessed to have the opportunity to teach at two great law schools -- the University of Cincinnati and the University of San Diego are very different (small, public, secular v. large, private, Catholic), but they are remarkably similar in having terrific deanssuperb faculties, talented students, fantastic staffs, and excellent libraries.  In addition, San Diego has a well-deserved reputation as "America's Finest City," and Cincinnati is a fantastic place to live and raise a family.  We knew we were called to be here when my wife found out she was pregnant with our first child the morning of my interview with Cincinnati at the meat market.  It was cool to return this week to a recent New York Times profile of Cincinnati, along with our church's great message (God Loves Cincinnati), video (What We Love), and song (I Love My City).

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Top 5 Reasons I Love Cincinnati (SEE NOTE):

1. Jeff Ruby's Restaurant Empire http://www.jeffruby.com
a. Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse
b. Jeff Ruby's The Precinct
c. Carlo & Johnny's (A Jeff Ruby Joint)
d. Jeff Ruby's Waterfront
e. Bootsy' (produced by Jeff Ruby)
2. Mike Fink Riverboat Restaurant http://www.mikefink.com
3. Izzy's Famous Reuben & Potato Latkes
4. Montgomery Inn (Ribs, Ribs, Ribs!)
5. Skyline Chili (the best for last?)


NOTE: In no particular order!

Posted by: Pres | Jul 25, 2009 7:43:46 PM

Paul,

Your use of the term "call" gives away the reasons for your work ethic (see Max Weber, The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism, I don't have the exact page handy).

Posted by: mike livingston | Jul 26, 2009 3:58:30 AM