Gershonw,In reply,1. It is always refreshing to see that my brilliance recognized. As the waves of adulation grow, I intend to submit my body of posting work to a jury of my peers for review (well, I'll call them 'peers', but we both know they're not quite peers, right?) in hopes of overturning my school's moribund academic policies. Surely I should not be subject to such trivialities as 'exams' and 'classes' and 'knowing what the law is' in order to get my JD, right? I attempted to explain this to a Professor recently, and he started blathering on... something about 'meritocracy' (I think he also said 'doctrinal' and 'normative' and 'dispositive' but he says that in every conversation)... 2. I would never steal from the dearly departed Johnny Carson. I steal my jokes from Car Talk.3. I can neither confirm nor deny other students ripping out the pages of library books and/or study guides at my fine institution of higher learning. This is because I have not, in fact, confirmed we have a library*. I have been attempting to learn all my black-letter law from the new "Illustrated Manga Guide to Robot Law."*There is a large building on our law school campus that I see students go into at all hours... but the presence of the many disco balls I can see in the windows and the odor of patchoulli would seem contra-indicative of a studious purpose.4. CivPro? I *love* me some CivPro! Reminded me of one of my favorite scenes in Pulp Fiction:"What now? Let me tell you what now. I'ma call a coupla hard, pipe-hittin' lawyers, who'll go to work on the homes here with Federal Interpleader Statute. You hear me talkin', hillbilly boy? I ain't through with you by a d**mn sight. I'ma get medieval on your a$$ with Nationwide Service of Process!"