On a less hostile note, what primers are you guys reading?
About one month ago, I read the first 150 pages of PLS and got turned off by the rantings, long-windedness, and poorly-organized information, so I put it aside. I picked it back up this week, and now I'm somewhat a believer in the methods From PLS, I found that I really like reading about the law, so spending some time this summer reading primers is not a hardship for me or something I'm looking to avoid or justify not doing. I ordered the Aspen series on Torts, CivPro, and Contracts, and the Delaney Learning Legal Reasoning for starters. I also ordered the LEEWS tapes. I figure this will get me accustomed to the language of the law and get me started on the way to thinking like a lawyer. A good mental exercise and some piece of mind.