So I was both disappointed and relieved when I started looking into the Panama Papers. The disappointment is that The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists has not made the documents from the law firm Mossack Fonesca generally available on-line. The relief is that the documents are not generally available on-line, since I would feel obligated to go dipping into them. There are 11.5 million pages. I’m sure I would be able to resist looking at all of them, but when Judicial Watch did a major dump on the interminable IRS scandal, a mere 5,000 pages, it tied me up for almost a week.