Former governor Eliot Spitzer sat down for a public conversation at Fordham Law School last night, and the Observer reports the former "Sheriff of Wall Street" thinks boring is more than okay. Spitzer told the crowd, "There's fame, there's infamy, there's celebrity, they're all different things and bring different upsides and downsides. I was listening to your introduction, you said that my life has never been dull. Dull looks pretty good sometimes." He also said of Sarah Palin, "I think we think about her too much. She has remarkable talent as a political performer," adding, "As a Democrat, I hope she is the Republican nominee."