Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Web woes cont'

As Phil Cave notes in a comment to my post from this morning, the CAAF web site continues to be down -- as does the Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals web site. I know some of you are anxiously awaiting the retabulated numbers for arguments per service for this Term. (By the way, I believe that every single person who has ever posted a comment on CAAFlog is or was in one of the sea services. Are judge advocates from other services lurking out there or have I driven them all away with my blatant naval boosterism?) As soon as CAAF's web site returns, I'll run the new numbers.

--Dwight Sullivan


Marcus Fulton said...

Looks like they already set up shop at And they have gear, too. When can I get my CAAFlog coffee mug? In time for Christmas?

Dwight Sullivan said...

Only someone who plans to spend 2007 in some barren wasteland could get excited about the unrealistic prospect of CAAFlog merchandise. Whoops, sorry Marcus -- I forgot. You will be spending 2007 in a barren wasteland.

Mike "No Man" Navarre said...
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Mike "No Man" Navarre said...

I still have my account at the USDB Sales Store if you would like your former clients to make a nice CAAFlog travel mug for you. Cost is like $10 per mug (inlcuding the logo). Actually not a bad deal.

Marcus Fulton said...

Design ideas?

CAAFlog (large letters)
not thy opinion but mine (underneath, small italics)

Kind of refers both to the disclaimer at the top of the page and the fact that we spout off our own opinions about the court's.

What about an image? Is one necessary?

Promise a picture of such a mug in same barren wasteland if I go. Can't promise President Karzai will be the one holding it.

Are our former clients at USDB allowed to do non-official stuff?

Mike "No Man" Navarre said...

As far as I know if you are a permitted purchaser you can order whatever you want. I don't think that the store is so swamped with business that a few coffee mugs for CAAFlog will impede their ability to meet Christmas order . . . .(we don't use the word d**dlines around here).

Dwight Sullivan said...

Good one, Mike N. :-)

Dwight Sullivan said...

Marcus --

Afghanistan? I meant Columbus, Ohio.