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« on: February 21, 2008, 12:07:30 AM »
We're supposed to be writing briefs now. I haven't read my assignments for tomorrow. My coffee pot is broken. I have a headache and I am tired. Fire away. My friend and I are here to meet all of your question-answering needs.
So maybe it's a tad ego-centric to start a whole thread--in this section of the board, no less--about this topic, but my curiosity is getting the better of me:
Does anyone have a clue where all my LSN views came from? I've gotten most of them in two separate surges. I think I got at least 6000 in one day on the first occasion. What is going on?
« on: January 28, 2007, 12:53:32 PM »
I recently realized that this factor could be a very important part of my decision-making process. Here are the factors I'm interested in:
1. Availability. Does the law school provide free coffee to students on the campus/in the library? At multiple locations? Is it always there, or only during finals?
2. Quality. How good is the free coffee? What kind?
3. Vicinity. Are there good coffeeshops nearby? On campus? This factor is less important than the other two, but could redeem a mean law school that fails to provide free coffee.
Is Penn sending out fee waivers by email today, possibly in honor of Ben Franklin's birthday? Did anyone else get one?
I got one this morning, and it was very odd after the conversation on this thread last night:
So I'm thinking of putting together a mix CD with a track for each of the T14. Aside from the obvious Sufjan Stevens entries from Chicago and Michigan, I'm not sure what to use... I was thinking of something from Bright Eyes' I'm Wide Awake It's Morning for NYU, because of the Greenwich Village connection.
The songs don't need to relate directly to the locations or the schools; perhaps they could link to some characteristic of the school, or whatever.
And no, this is not an entirely serious project.