Well actually I wasn't too detail oriented because when I signed the form, I did not read the part that I am giving up my right to read it. This has been discussed so much, I never bothered to look where to waive my rights to read it, because I don't want to give up the right. I thought there was a section or something that may explicitly state, and make it clear to the recommender that I have waived my right. A lawyer might pick it up, and a professor might not read it, there just isn't a real noticeable method to tell the recommender that you waived your right. Its seems silly now that I signed it, and didn't know I was actually waiving my rights, and then ask the attorney for a copy? That's not going to look good. Must reach him soon!
Jacy, howze about that PS?