Monthly Archives: January 2012

SOTU

More of a campaign speech (for obvious reasons) than a real State of the Union address, in that it’s a long list of big and small policy proposals and assertions of ideas that should be popular in concept, but difficult/expensive/impossible … Continue reading

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Gung Hay Fat Choy!

There’s so much more to miss about pointless and semi-conscious family traditions when you’re separated from your family. Little things like sweet tea in the mornings, or noodles for dinner; I can try to approximate the structure of the motions … Continue reading

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Disappointment

Well, the season is over, and in a pretty pathetic way. Losing to a last second drive by Eli Manning is one thing. Losing because of two muffed punts by a 2nd year player because our regular punt returner decided … Continue reading

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iEconomy

It’s useful to now and again really reflect upon how interconnected the world is, and just how wide the repercussions of even our seemingly inconsequential purchases actually go: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/22/business/apple-america-and-a-squeezed-middle-class.html?_r=1&pagewanted=1&partner=rss&emc=rss

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Starting with a…

whimper? I didn’t do as well on my Contracts exam as I would have liked, and ended up with a B in the class; a disappointing finish to what remains my favorite class thus far. ¬†And, frankly, it is no … Continue reading

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7

7 degrees outside. Finally getting that Mideast Michigan winter I’ve been warned about so many times. It’s cold, frightfully cold. My sister and She would say it’s miserably cold, and fill the air with protestations about how silly it is … Continue reading

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The Interwebs Revolt!

The ongoing (and justified) internet furor over SOPA, and the decisions like that of Goldan v. Holder are exactly why I want to go into intellectual property law, and especially copyright law. Now, I’m thinking of becoming a litigator, which … Continue reading

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