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http://volokh.com/posts/1180033239.shtml

It might be too early to discuss law related material, but this is interesting...

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Black Law Student Discussion Board / Re: the NBA Playoffs
« on: May 24, 2007, 03:24:55 PM »
There a few ways the Cavs can defeat both the Pistons and Spurs:
(1) The planes of both the Spurs and Pistons would have to crash, while all the stars are on board.
(2) The NBA invokes a new rule that allows the Cavs (and the Cavs only) to sign/trade players in the playoff. Then they'll be able to trade their entire roster (except Lebron) for better players.
(3) Or the Cavaliers can drink some of that special water from Space Jams.
(4) Maybe they can resurrect Wilt Chamberlein from the grave, turn him young, then sign him.

Other than that, I don't see it happening.

As for the Spurs, they're an excellent team. They're not exciting like the Warriors or Suns, but they play great basketball. They are like the Patriots to me. I appreciate the fact that good teams are winning in both sports, but I want to see some new blood. It sucks when you are able to predict who is going to win each year (or at least be in contention) before the Season begins. That's why I enjoy March Madness ten times more than the NBA; it's unpredictable until the very end (in most cases).

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Black Law Student Discussion Board / Re: the NBA Playoffs
« on: May 20, 2007, 10:08:50 PM »
I feel obligated to change it...damn man.

I was just joking, man. lol. But yeah, 1984 draft was kinda crazy. I know one team in particular that made the worst mistake in NBA history.

lol '84 was a sick draft (one of the sickest/'03 is close). Sam Bowie over Jordan...I'm sure everyone on the trailblazers'staff got fired after 1991.

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Black Law Student Discussion Board / Re: the NBA Playoffs
« on: May 20, 2007, 07:54:27 PM »
I feel obligated to change it...damn man.

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Black Law Student Discussion Board / Re: the NBA Playoffs
« on: May 20, 2007, 07:36:37 PM »

(1) Pistons
      v
(2) Cavs

(3) Spurs (1)
      v
(4) Jazz  (0)

Who do you want to win? Who will win?


Your sig sucks. No way Jordan would ever be affiliated with Duke ;) If Michael Jordan = Duke, then you're using the wrong category to rank your choices.

It's the 1984 draft...Coincidentally, Jordan was the best player in the Draft (IMO), which corresponds to the school I'm going to. It is arbitrary dude lol.

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Black Law Student Discussion Board / the NBA Playoffs
« on: May 20, 2007, 06:58:20 PM »

(1) Pistons
      v
(2) Cavs

(3) Spurs (1)
      v
(4) Jazz  (0)

Who do you want to win? Who will win?

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What do you think are some of the reasons Black law students tend not to join the Federalist Society?


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Ha.  Well we already have someone to fit that role: me!  Maybe you'd make a good sidekick.  Bond goes astray sometimes.

haha

I know what ya mean.

whenever you need someone to defend free markets and liberty of the individual, shoot me a message lol.

Excellent.  Maybe when I'm done with finals and Qui Ju comes back from her hiatus, me, you, her, and Miss P (and others) can have a nice argument about some social/economic policy.  Those are fun.

no they aren't.  i come on here for mindless entertainment, not to see you all engaged in a battle of economic policy sparring  :D :D ;)

I would classify it as mindless entertainment, or at least I am mindlessly entertained.

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Ha.  Well we already have someone to fit that role: me!  Maybe you'd make a good sidekick.  Bond goes astray sometimes.

haha

I know what ya mean.

whenever you need someone to defend free markets and liberty of the individual, shoot me a message lol.

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That's unfortunate.  What are you?

eh? That's a tough question. I would say that I am a proponent of classical liberalism (John Stuart Mill's sense of the idea). Something close to a libertarian, but I think the Government has some role in society (albeit a really small one). I'm definitely not a social conservative (I support gay marriage, etc.). But, I do tend to side with those who are fiscally conservative. This is so b/c fiscal conservatism tends to coalesce nicely with a dynamic free market and open trade.

how about you?

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