If you work with words long enough, you can tell an awful lot from what is being written. Even more interesting, at times, is what is not being written. Sometimes a part-time writer doesn't even realize that they may be telling more of a story than they had intended. Such is the case in a recent article written by Attorney Allen Gary Palmer for The Connecticut Law Tribune. Palmer serves as the newest head of the Connecticut Bar Association's Family Law Section and attempts to deflect attention from where it is most needed – the members of the bar itself.