Monthly Archives: October 2011

Axe

I used to joke that I had an “anti-Axe effect,” and I’ve always loathed their commercials for the puerile and sophomoric message they deliver (I really hate any advertising campaign that informs me what being a man is really like … Continue reading

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Vindication

Thank you, law school. I had always had a suspicion that my previous employer was utilizing a dodgy legal tactic to screw me over, but now I KNOW they were utilizing a dodgy legal tactic to screw me over. Moreover, … Continue reading

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Frustration

1Q84 is sitting there, next to my bed, fresh and pure and tantalizing. I know that I will love it, as I love everything Murakami writes. I can smell it, wafting over me at night, spilling into my dreams and … Continue reading

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Unnecessary

I feel helpless and impotent, and somewhat unneeded. I know I shouldn’t, and I know it’s wrong of me to have this reaction, but I can’t help it. And, god help me, it’s impossible to concentrate on Contracts now.

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“Oh, Come On Now” Part Deux

Remember this bucket of crazy? The one who asserted that gay people don’t exist? Well, apparently they do exist now, and they’re TAKING OVER YOUR SICK CHILDREN! Yup, “concerned parents” need to make it known that the gay agenda has … Continue reading

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Tragedies

It’s easy to just race through the case reading each night and abstract everything. I imagine this is an issue (maybe a greater one) for practicing attorneys as well, but as a law student, it’s far too simple to get … Continue reading

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More Fun Case Lines

While the United States Coast Guard vessel Tamaroa¬†was being overhauled in a floating drydock located in Brooklyn’s Gowanus Canal, a seaman, returning from shore leave late at night, in the condition for which seaman are famed […] Moreover, the proclivity … Continue reading

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