And I don't want to write my brief. Also, I assume Alci and Mobell (who runs this entire school ) will drop by and answer whatever I don't actually know, which is probably a whole lot.
Quote from: curly on November 27, 2006, 11:48:20 PMAnd I don't want to write my brief. Also, I assume Alci and Mobell (who runs this entire school ) will drop by and answer whatever I don't actually know, which is probably a whole lot.I would ask questions, but I'm afraid I'll like the answers and get too hopeful.Hmmm, I'll just think of matters about which I am generally curious... What color is the flooring in the hallways?And what kinds of trees are around the building?I want to know.
I love that you list Facebook officer as one of your softs on LSN. I need a little levity right now.
That's cool how you referenced a case.
I'm so far from the end of my tether right now that I reckon I could knit myself some socks with the slack.
What happens when all those superhuman Yale acceptees are together? Do they produce fluently collaborative mountains of rhetorically brilliant commentary on the apotheosis of divine Truth? Or do they battle one another for overachivement dominance like the clash between the Cthonic and Titanic gods?
My brief is actually pretty interesting. It's on a ConLaw case that's currently in front of SCOTUS about Equal Protection and affirmative action. Our small group Prof. got us seats to go see the oral argument in D.C. It's actually kind of exciting. Now, if I could only get myself to write the damn thing...