President Judge Al Williams was doing a slow burn during the trial, in which he had to put up with two inexperienced lawyers who were taking shots at each other the whole time. When the case was over, he looked over his glasses at us and said, "You two. In my chambers. Now!"
When we got in there, he complimented both of us and said we'd go far.
He was half right.
Since that time, Spadoni is the person who actually helped me run in my first long race, back in the day when he was a runner himself.
He's also told me that whenever Ron Angle and I are on the same side of an issue, he knows we must be wrong. Spadoni recently failed to take his own advice and sided with us on a Gracedale issue. All three of us went down in flames.
Over the years, Spadoni has mastered the art of looking extremely serious, as you can see in this picture from last night's zoning hearing.
If you see Chris, be nice. He just turned 60, and will probably be dead soon.