Monthly Archives: January 2012

Curious Case Lines, Edition Whatever

Is this how all deadly games of Russian Roulette begin? On Sunday, October 22, 1961, the deceased, his brother Ronald, and the defendants spent the day drinking wine in the deceased’s room in a rooming house in Boston. At some … Continue reading

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Briefly

Writing a brief at the moment, so in lieu of something more interesting, here’s an excerpt of my current project: The Bishop firm’s motion for disqualification fails to meet the standard of conduct dictated by MRPC 1.10(b), as the very … Continue reading

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I wonder sometimes if I’m merely lying to myself and trying to justify my own laziness, willingness to procrastinate, and ease of distraction by clouding it with the idea of “balance.” At some point everyone needs to just buckle down … Continue reading

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Hamster Wheel

We spent all day in class yesterday failing to address even a sliver of anything remotely related to Property. Instead? We got, as one of my classmates put it, a “75-minute hug.” My professor chose to spend the entire class … Continue reading

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Dumb, But Funny

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E-Books? I Hate em!

No, I don’t. I really rather enjoy my Kindle. But it leads me into my latest avoidance-of-posting-through-links venture, namely the hilarious interviews Stephen Colbert did with Maurice Sendak (the author of the greatest children’s book of all time), who at … Continue reading

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Numb

Emotionally draining day. Grades for my final two classes were released, and I did a little better, but not enough to really feel comfortable or relieve my stress. A B+ in Torts is disappointing, but an A- in Civil Procedure … Continue reading

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