« on: April 22, 2008, 08:48:11 AM »
Read a bunch of pointless books (e.g. PLSII, Getting to Maybe), moved and worked.
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how come alicia keys is the new lauren hill
how come minus the crazy
How come I seriously doubt it?
But how come I'll have to check it out?
How come poor, crazy Lauryn ?
how come i don't understand why ya'll are sleeping on keys
how come shes the most talented female musician out
how come are ya'll serious?
Lol yeah dood...can we say "whipped"?
well the girl that would be holding that whip is ridiculously good looking so I wouldn't mind if it were true. It ain't tho. I run ish!
Con Law is your friend. It may not seem like it now but give it a chance.
So uh . . .how's Life in Law School/Hell?
It's aight, not hell. I guess I could turn it into something like hell if I were gunning for top 10%. But knowing that my grades are determined by throwing the exams off a stairwell makes me less inclined to overextend myself.
Still think that us old-timers were just complaining about nuthin?
Not "complaining about nuthin", but definitely over-dramatized :-P
Still think that all you have to do is stay up on your reading and Law School will be a breeze?
Nope, but I didn't have that luxury in undergrad so I definitely didn't have that expectation for law school.
Have ya had the meltdown yet or are you waiting until reading period?
I can't be broken by something I chose to do when there remains an opportunity to opt out.
How's that Memo comin'? You started Outlining?
Thanks to the 3-day weekend I'm halfway done...it's due Friday. Started outlining this past weekend...a lil bit lost in the sauce with the outlining...I'm going to start over with a less lazy approach.
You had two semesters of con law? We, and I think Harvard, have only 1. But federalism and 11th Amendment immunity are quite interesting indeed.
Fortunately, the only thing I have for 2 semesters is legal writing.
Happy Birthday Alci!
I'm about to have my first real law school class ever! Of course I haven't briefed...
Likely naive questions (at least the second one) but here goes...
After recondidering my decision to sell it, I may just hold on to my new copy of OneNote 2007....but:
- It is my understanding that the MS Office 2007 suite was designed for Vista and I am still on XP, will this affect my use of OneNote 2007?
- If I already have OneNote 2003 installed and try to load 2007 will my computer explode (or the like)?
i have office 07 on my desktop at home that runs xp....not a problem