Monthly Archives: September 2011

Decrepitude

I’m getting old. Played basketball again today (about an hour and a half with my section, and then found a pickup game with a bunch of undergrads), and the amount of soreness in my knees and other joints is worrisome. … Continue reading

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The Un-Bush

I’m starting to feel guilty continually just reposting Sullivan, but, well, that’s why he’s paid to do this and I’m not. On the killing of Anwar al-Awlaki: http://andrewsullivan.thedailybeast.com/2011/09/the-un-bush.html

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Decompression

It doesn’t take much to get a law student to agree to a beer after class, especially after a professor reverses his plans to have two classes in the same day. The social aspect is getting easier, and my colleagues … Continue reading

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Hester Prynne

I’ve been made an unwilling advocate against good faith. It’s funny how law professors are seemingly well-trained (or take inordinate delight) in pushing a student’s uncertainty into out-and-out support of a doctrine or issue. I expressed some doubts about the … Continue reading

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Snacking

I guess my brother can blame me for being a carnivore. Not for his drinking, though. That’s all on him. http://andrewsullivan.thedailybeast.com/2011/09/socially-transmitted-snacking.html

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Untrustworthy

Not a lot to say today, but after doing the Contracts reading for Thursday, I will say this: never trust two old people who act as if they were your parents for years and promise you everything in their will. … Continue reading

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Idiocy Works, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Looking Like a Fool

Holy sh!tballs. This is something I would normally keep pretty close to the vest, in line with my long-standing policy of never communicating the good things that happen to me in fear of looking like an arrogant ass. But I’m … Continue reading

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