Monthly Archives: February 2012

Habits and Marketing

Scary stuff. What’s interesting to me is that they are able to amass all this data without having you sign up for a frequent buyer’s program or anything. There’s a great deal going on with credit card purchases that we … Continue reading

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Intensity

I was told by one of my friends today that some people here at school find me “intense,” and “intimidating.” Pardon me while I laugh hysterically. I’ve gotten that characterization before, and it never fails to amuse me. Anyone who … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day and Schadenfreude

I swear I’m not an unfeeling monster, regardless of the implications of the title of this post. No, I’m speaking more of the (apparent) Valentine’s Day tradition at Michigan Law for the Headnotes (our a cappella group) to offer their … Continue reading

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Aftermath

I was accosted by two of my Oral Advocacy opponents today for the sole purpose of informing me that I had done well, and was their most formidable opponent all day. Nice little jolt to the old self-esteem, which has … Continue reading

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Dread

I have a sick feeling in my stomach. I don’t think this night is going to end well. UPDATE: It’s… ok. It didn’t end badly.

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Oral Advocacy

Oral Advocacy is actually pretty fun. I participated in the Frank Murphy Society 1L Oral Advocacy Competition this afternoon. It’s essentially a means of practicing oral arguments in front of a judge in a semi-casual, semi-formal setting, without any consequences … Continue reading

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Linsanity

I love Jeremy Lin. I love his game, I love his humility, I love the fact that he’s a local kid, I love his willingness to pass, I love his fearlessness, I love that my cousin played with him back … Continue reading

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