Monthly Archives: November 2011

Yup.

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Peace

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The snow has started!

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Doldrums

Just not interested in writing today. I’m doing enough of it already, what with the just-completed memo and the fast-approaching finals. But I also had a chance during the Thanksgiving break to remember that there is a life outside law … Continue reading

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A Good Day

I’ve seen Her and I’m with my family. Happy Thanksgiving!

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Thanksgiving

Is probably my favorite holiday. I’m going home tomorrow. Home to my family, home to Her, home to food, home to decent weather, home to what will hopefully be a Niners victory over the Ravens on Thanksgiving evening and a … Continue reading

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Context

A man on the bus today, having just awoken after a shift as a nightclub bouncer, was expressing amazement to another woman that the clientele at the club were willing to spend $30 on a cover charge and a couple … Continue reading

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Fun with Case Lines: Part Ohgodmyeyesarebleeding

This is one freaking sentence: [T]he natural and probable effect of the negligence of the contractor or manufacturer will generally be limited to the party for whom the article is constructed, or to whom it is first sold, and, perhaps … Continue reading

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Funny…

…how study groups are better for helping you recognize how much there is you still don’t know and need to solidify than clearing up gaps in knowledge, isn’t it? Completely helpful, but rather demoralizing, too.

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Games

Games are good. Games get me thinking about them, and thus about absolutely nothing else that gives me stress.

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The “F It” Doctrine

F it. Just F it. At a certain point, I just become paralyzed by self-doubt and frustration and anxiety. It happens much less that it used to, because I’m actively looking out for and trying to avoid it, but it … Continue reading

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