Obiter Dictum

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Friday, March 31

Maybe I should rethink.....

that whole "just say no to law librarianship" thing. Although, this is at a firm, and not at an academic law library (which just typing "academic law library" bored the SHIT out of me!) They're really gonna pay me that much just to work in the damn library?

Reference Librarian (NEW YORK CITY)

International law firm seeks Reference Librarian for their NYC office.

Provide research services, both on-line and print, to attorneys/paralegals and clients. Provide training on the use of research resources. Assist in marketing library resources to the firm.
Minimum 3 to 5 years law firm library reference experience. MLS or LIS required.
Salary and Benefits:
75k to 85K


While I was doing a little happy dance about the baseball season starting today, my sister reminded me of a very ugly fact from last season.

Apparently, she doesn't realize that all bets are off after the World Series.

Anyway, apparently, in a state of playoff desperation, I said something to the effect of "If the White Sox win the World Series, I will root for the Cubs next year against all others, except the White Sox."

Okay, Okay. I said it. I remember saying it. But I didn't MEAN it! Jesus, Mary and Joseph, keeping this promise might actually KILL me!

Damn sisters with good memories.....

Hmmmm (or Things I learned from Sporting News this week.)

from the April 7th issue:

But what does it smell like? Daytona 500 is now a cologne. By Elizabeth Arden. You know, I browsed her web site and didn't see it mentioned. I saw the homage to Jeff Gordon, but nothing about this new line.


I really need to have Monday off. While the Sox start Sunday night on ESPN (THANK YOU GOD FOR BASEBALL SEASON!!!!) There are 5 (that's right, 5!) games all day Monday starting at 1. I need to be at home.

Tuesday: here is a show I won't be watching: Bonds on Bonds.

Thursday, March 30


I just got the strongest craving for Happy Joe's Pizza! I could taste the sausage and everything! Crazy.


A great word, but when I heard this guy say it today it completely creeped me out.

He wasn't saying it to me (thank God!) but still. It could be that I don't particularly have a liking for the guy anyway, but it was still just gave me the heebie jeebies.

Anyway, speaking of said annoying man.....

So, we're in the staff lounge. Its quiet in there, and most people are reading. The talkers go to lunch early, between 11:30-1 usually. Talk. Talk. Talk. Social hour. Its good stuff. After 1, the talkers have gone back to work, and the readers go to lunch. I don't know why it works out this way, it just does. So, I had some Entertainment Law to finish up today, and decided to go upstairs.

Its quiet. About four people up there, all of them with their nose in a book. Perfect. No one chatting me up while I'm trying to read about television syndication and the FCC!

Wait. Except for (Not) Yummy Man talking loudly on his cell phone. Dude! Its quiet as a whore in church, and you're making a bunch of noise on your cell phone talking about something was yummy! SHUT THE FUCK UP!

I'm not hating on people using their cell phones. I'm not. Really. I use mine all the time. But, I do try and be considerate of other people around me. If EVERYONE is quiet, I go somewhere else to talk. Is that oversensitive? No one has ever accused me of THAT before!

Wednesday, March 29

New Books

Well, not new. New that I looked at today.


A class act. I watched a little bit of the dvd that was included with this book and it just made me sad. Maybe because of Monday's NPR story, or maybe not. Maybe because it was so early in the morning. Who knows. The book was so/so, actually. There were lots of great pics, and the family narratives were nice. The forward by Brett Favre was a little unnecessary, I thought. I mean, I like Brett (as much as any Bears fan can like a Green Bay Packer that has caused us grief for years upon end!) but there wasn't anyone else who could have written that foreward? Ditka? McMahon? Willie Gault? Mike Singletary? Gale Sayers? No one? Come on. I get it that they're both from Mississippi and that's nice. Still. So what?

The Dvd is really the best part. NFL films always does an awesome job on things like this. I'm thinking about buying this book for my dad for Father's Day just to get him this dvd. Lots of footage. Lots of interviews. Lots of memories. Great fun. But sad, as I said.

Overheard in New York

I didn't read this entire book at work, obviously, but I read a bit of it. It was still hilarious. A lot of them I had already read on the web site, but.....the fun in this book is passing it on to those who had never seen it before. I got two new readers for this book (and the web site) just from passing it around to a few people.

Today's CD

Monday, March 27

Mental misfit

I run over to Indiana Members Credit Union to deposit money and they close at 4 on campus. 4! That is taking banker's hours a little too far, if you ask me.

So, I decide I'm just going to use the atm outside the credit union to make the deposit.

Except, it wouldn't take the envelope. What the fuck?! I try it THREE times. Nope. No go.

Hmmmmm. I'm sure it was user error, although I sure can't figure out what I did wrong there. I'm going to try another branch on the way home.

So, I get back to the law school, and I'm in my car......and I'm listening to NPR and they have this story about a man recording a diary for the year between when he was diagnosed with brain cancer and his death.

Okay, not the most uplifting of subjects! I can't tear myself away from the radio even though I'm in tears while listening to it.

Thank God its Monday! Only Keifer Sutherland could lift my spirits after all that!

From the 3/3/06 issue of Sporting News

Best Sports magazine in the world......sorry SI.

"When the Dumb Stuff Takes on New Meaning"

I love that its my job to read this stuff.

Sunday, March 26

Still mad as hell

In case you were wondering about the Dixie Chicks.

Book Reviews

I'm sure all this reading of books will show itself in my final exams......but I'm chalking it up to its my job and I have no choice. ;o)

Two Minute Rule

Loved it. Not part of Crais' usual series, but I still couldn't stop turning the pages. Crais is on my short list of all time favorite crime fiction writers, so I confess to being biased. I would tell you what its about, but RC says it much better than I do here.

Take Me

I confess to having never heard of Bella Andre before, but this book popped up in some review journal and I was intrigued. Heroine who is a size 16......nearly unheard of in romance fiction. Great book. I'll recommend her to everyone I know now......provided they can deal with the word cock. She definitely likes that word. (And who can blame her?!) If you can't, skip it. Definitely not for you.

Forbidden Magic

Nearly the exact opposite of the book above. One dimensional characters. Zero dimensional plot. I give credit to the people who finished it........I'm not a member of that club. I was bored from page one, and that is never a good sign. She is wearing great shoes on the cover, though. If only that were enough......


Pictures! I'm not an NBA fan, but I like pictures! Its a beautiful book.

Faith in Carlos Gomez: A memoir of of salsa, sex and salvation

Hmmmm. Well, I read this on the plane ride to Vegas. Its interesting. Definitely has some parts that are laugh out loud funny. I think the subtitle makes it seem like its more serious than it is. Salvation? I don't know. Maybe. I just thought it was a fun little book.

More from the Book of lists

4 Places with more Pigs than Humans

Denmark 13,233,235 Pigs and 5, 432, 000 Humans
Samoa 201,000 Pigs and 187,000 Humans
Wallis and Futuna Islands 25,000 Pigs and 16,000 Humans
Tuvalu 13,500 Pigs and 11,600 Humans

Quincy Jones's 10 Favorite Jazz Recordings of all Time (pg. 83)

Body and Soul -- Coleman Hawkins
Just Friends -- Charlie Parker
Miles Ahead -- Miles Davis
Rockin in Rhythm -- Duke Ellington
Love you Madly -- Oscar Peterson
Giant Steps -- John Coltrane
I Can't Get Started -- Dizzy Gillespie
Sleep -- Benny Carter
The Midnight Sun Will Never Set -- Phil Woods
Anything -- Count Basie

15 commercial film titles that might as well be porno films (pg. 71)

Die Hard (1988)
Howard's End (1992)
Deep Impact (1998)
The Firm (1993)
Free Willy (1993)
Roger & Me (1989)
Enter the Dragon (1973)
Raising Victor Vargas (2002)
Snatch (2000)
In & Out (1997)
The 400 Blows (1959)
Shaft (1971, 2000)
Gone in 60 Seconds (1974, 2000)
The Fast and the Furious (1954, 2001)
The African Queen (1951)

There really is a list for everything!

Central library is a book lover's paradise. Seriously. I love coming here. If you're not a book lover, you'll never understand that. And, there are PLENTY of reasons why people don't want to come here. I understand each and every one of them better than you might think. But, it all comes down to this: if you like books.......this is the best place in the city. It always has been, and it still is.......despite.....things.


So I'm checking out the "new" book of lists today. Basically, its a book of lists. I turned right to

10 defendants from History Alan Dershowitz would like to have defended

  1. Jesus of Nazareth: Think how much difficulty would have been avoided if a Jewish lawyer had successfully defended Jesus.
  2. Socrates: I would have urged him to appeal rather than taking the hemlock.
  3. Galileo Galilei: Whose innocence for espousing the heliocentric theory -- that the earth revolves around the sun -- was finally acknowledged by the Catholic Church, 350 years after he copped a plea to avoid being burned.
  4. Shoeless Joe Jackson: The baseball star who took the fall for Charles Comiskey, the crooked owner (Oh NO HE DIDN'T!!!) of the Chicago Black Sox, who knew the World Series of 1919 was fixed.
  5. John Brown: Who was hanged for trying to free the slaves, but whose truth goes marching on.
  6. Oscar Wilde: I would have advised him not to sue for defamation unless he was willing to come out of the closet.
  7. The Salem Witches: What a challenge! To defend in front of judges who genuinely believed in witches!
  8. John T. Scopes: I would have loved to make monkeys out of politicians who forbade teachers from teaching evolution.
  9. Mendel Beilis: a Jew charged with the "blood libel" -- that Jews kill Christian children to use their blood for ritual purposes -- in Russia in 1911. What a great opportunity to expose one of the most pernicious frauds in history.
  10. King Charles I of England: I always wanted to defend a king.

Aside from his crazy talk about Comiskey, its a good list! That "blood libel" thing is crazy! That really happened?!

I love lists!

Friday, March 24


Well, with Duke and Illinois out (my final two picks) my tournament is pretty much over. I still have two teams still alive (Villanova and Georgetown) but since I had both of them losing in the Great 8, I can't go any farther than that.

LSU played a damn good game last night, though, I'll have to give them that.

Thursday, March 23

Killer. Queen.

I listened to the CD "Killer Queen: A tribute to Queen" the other day, and two things struck me right away:

  1. If I NEVER hear the song Bohemian Rhapsody again it will be too soon.
  2. There are a few people in the world who sound very much like Freddie Mercury.

I'm usually not into the whole tribute album thing, but maybe I should give more of them a chance. This one was all right. Some songs were good. Some weren't. I suspect they are pretty much all like that, huh?

Wednesday, March 22

Okay now, this is silly

For good AI chat

Head on over to KP's blog. All the cool kids do. And, you know, even if you're not into it, you should check out the conversation anyway. Nobody comments on this show quite as well as Chuck in the comments. (even though I completely disagree about Paris. I LOVE her!)

And KP hating Pickler "with the heat of a thousand suns" could very well be my new favorite phrase. Love it. That's almost as good as "poops the crate!"

This rocks

A Stradivarius violin worth, roughtly, goo gobs of money, will be returned from whence it came. (The Dallas Symphony Orchestra.)

Now, the article says that the DSO didn't expect to see it again (natch) and filed an insurance claim which has been settled. Do they have to return the money they got from the insurance company now they are getting the violin back? How does that work?


How can I clean the screen of my laptop?

I was sitting in my car today, laptop open, and it looked icky. The sun was shining directly on it (I'm sure that didn't help) but it just seemed.....dirty.


Tuesday, March 21

I know its not that serious

But if I have to endure one more week of Kevin "chicken Little" Covais on American Idol because of web sites like this, I may just spit.

Seriously. I might.

Sunday, March 19

Haloscan is being a pain in the ass tonight, so instead of dropping a comment over at your blog, I'm posting it here.

Happy Birthday, Kelly! You mentioned it , briefly, on your blog and I did notice the changed song lyric! I pay attention! Kinda!

Hope it was a good one.

Hulk Smash Brackets

Well, its like this:

The D.C. region is kicking my ass. Illinois losing was the last straw for me in that bracket. I had them going to the final four. Oops. If UConn and North Carolina win today I can still pick up a few more points. Overall, though, I'm done in D.C.

Atlanta is my second worst. I need an N.C. State win to keep myself respectable in Atlanta. Duke needs to keep winning too. Just thought I would mention that, in case they are listening.....

Oakland.....I'm not doing so bad there. I had Kansas going to the final four, so obviously I botched that. But, I have UCLA and Gonzaga in the sweet 16 and if Memphis wins today, I'll have 3 out of 4 in that region. Not bad.

Minneapolis.... I'm damn near perfect. The only team I've lost in this region so far is Wisconsin. So much for Big 10 loyalty, eh? That'll learn me! I had them losing this round to Villanova anyway, so if Villanova takes care of business against Arizona and Georgetown takes out Ohio State, I can be perfect here again.

That's all I'm really looking for. One little spot of perfection.

Despite my pitiful brackets, this has been a pretty exciting first (and second) round.

A Post for KP

Some pics from the Manilow Store.

Friday, March 17

A Bit Of Both

You are 60% Calvin and 40% Hobbes
Calvin & Hobbes, like a scruffy yin and yang, are in perfect balance within you. Like Calvin, you're weird, a bit insecure, and can be a trouble-maker. But like Hobbes, you're down to earth and sensitive. It's a risk to say it here, after just a ten question test, but I'll bet you're smarter than most. Both Calvin and Hobbes are crafty, clever characters, and any one made from equal parts of each is a force to be reckoned with.

My test tracked 2 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:

free online datingfree online dating
You scored higher than 64% on calvin

free online datingfree online dating
You scored higher than 16% on hobbes
Link: The Calvin Or Hobbes Test written by gwendolynbooks on Ok Cupid, home of the 32-Type Dating Test

An Iowa loss

screws up my bracket.

I'm just sayin


Not bad for a first day, but not particularly great either. Syracuse, Seton Hall and Winthrop were my big losses. Indiana was my little loss. I really thought that Tennessee would be upset. Not so much through any actual knowledge, I just *felt* it.


Onward to day 2!

Thursday, March 16

Its only an upset if the underdog wins

I picked Winthrop over Tennessee (15 over 2) and, while its been a wonderfully close game that made me scream "OH MY GOD" just two seconds ago, it doesn't look like my upset pick is going to pan out.

That would have been amazing. A 15 hasn't beaten a 2 since 2001.

Didn't happen today either. So far, I'm 3-2 in games today. Damn Seton Hall.

Tuesday -- There are no words

Tuesday starts off great. I'm sleeping. This is always a good thing. One of the travel companions says she is going out and she'll call in a few hours. Great. Bye-Bye now. Its too early for thinking, let alone walking. I roll over and pick up the zzzz's where I left off.

When I wake up and get ready, the other travel companion is just waking up. I tell her what first travel companion said, and then tell her I'm going upstairs to Krispy Kreme to get donuts. She asks me to get her some, and some coffee. Let me say that again. She ASKS me to get her some and some coffee. Pay attention, that will be important later on. I realize that my phone was turned off (and if travel companion was trying to call I wouldn't have heard it) so I turn it on and find out that my sister has called me twice so I call her back and start off in search of Krispy goodness.

When I get back to the room, both travel companions are there and they inform me (as I set down a dozen donuts) that they're on their way to the buffet.

Now, my phone does work. You think they might have called me to intercept the buying of donuts. Nope. You might also think that the one who ASKED me to buy her stuff, would decide to actually eat it since it was already bought.

You might think that going to breakfast at 10:30 (not counting the long ass line) when checkout was at 11 was probably not such a great idea.

Well, if you thought any of those things, you'd be thinking like me. We are not in the majority. So, they go off to the buffet (after being VERY patronizing and each taking half a donut) and I eat some and trash the rest. I hang out with ESPN until 10:55 and then go down to wait for the shuttle to the airport.

Waiting for shuttles is PRIME reading time. (oh come on. Of COURSE I took a book! I'm a geek. You all know this. Don't act surprised.)

Anyway, the shuttle was supposed to come around 11:50. Early, since our flight wasn't until 3, but I guess they wanted to make sure we got there early, and we weren't their only passengers. So, you would think, around 11:30 the traveling companion holding our shuttle ticket would show up.

You would think that around 11:45 the traveling companion holding our shuttle ticket would show up.

Shuttles come, shuttles go. I have no idea which one is ours because......that's right, I don't have our shuttle pass. So, even if one of them WAS ours, I couldn't have ridden it. I call said traveling companion and leave two, VERY SHITTY voice mails.

You would think if you knew the shuttle was going to be there at a certain time, and you weren't there you would do one of the following things:
  1. call the person waiting to let them know you were on your way (with the shuttle voucher, no less.)
  2. turn your FUCKING PHONE ON

None of those things happened. They finally show up around 12:15ish. Shuttle comes around. I'm so glad they were running late. How nice.

I can't even BEGIN to say how pissed off I was. You know what? Screw around all you like when you have plenty of time and nowhere to be. I don't care. I'm not your mommy and I don't need to know where you are. You're all big girls. We all have cell phones so we can keep in touch if need be. But when you have one travel voucher for three people and you know you're supposed to be waiting at a certain time, you'd better fucking be there. That is the most rude and irresponsible thing I have ever experienced from two people who are supposed to be grown ass women.

Plane ride back was smooth. I finished one book and started another. I got back around 12:30ish and, as I promised I would, watched 24 that night so I could discuss with my sister on Wednesday morning.

All in all, Vegas was great. I'd go back in a heartbeat.

Monday -- Sweet

Fresh from four hours of sleep, I'm up. Two traveling companions are off at a time share presentation that I was supposed to go on, but completely slept through. Staying out all night makes sleep the priority. So, I go upstairs to the buffet and......its not so great. I mean, it wasn't nasty or anything like that, but it was definitely more average than I'd noticed on Saturday.

Most people have a problem eating by themselves in a restaurant, but it doesn't bother me. I certainly prefer to have company, but if its a choice between waiting for someone and not eating, or eating by myself......well, food wins.

So, I go back to the room and check out a little World baseball (more on this later.) when the time share tour-ers get back. One of them bought a time share. It was a really good deal, I guess, and you can use it anywhere in the world. That's great. We also got $100 in food coupons that we blew at the hotel steakhouse!

We did a little hotel shopping, and then got ready for our Monday night entertainment. First, dinner.

The steakhouse was great. The food was fantastic. The wine was good. Dessert.....nice. The prices....expensive, but we had $100 of it paid for already (it came out, with tip, to around $175.) The guys who couldn't be bothered to take off their NASCAR caps in the restaurant? Tacky. It said casual dress, so I'll forgive the t-shirts and shorts. Its Vegas. But, I'm sorry. Men who wear ballcaps in restaurants are my pet peeve. Its tacky!

Anyway, on to the mostly naked men! Hot. Hot. Hot. I met a girl from Purdue while standing in line for drinks, and two other girls from Illinois State. I thought it was funny that it was a group of midwesterners eyeballing the Australian hotties.

Bed for me, after that. The four hours of sleep was catching up with me, and I could barely keep my eyes open. For a last night in Vegas, it was pretty sweet.

Sunday --- You Gotta Be Kidding Me

So, Sunday started off lovely. The sun was shining, which was a definite improvement from the day before.

And we discovered the trolley! The trolley is a wonderful invention where, for five bucks, you can ride up and down the strip in style. Well, maybe not style. Sitting down was good, though, and it was only five bucks!

We went to Paris for brunch......which was very good. But, four hours later, I was more than ready to go.

Its a beautiful day out, sun is shining, and the other two people want to sit on their ass in a restaurant for four hours.

Four hours. Four hours of seeing hotels? Wasted. Four hours of gambling? Not happening. Four hours of seeing anything? Nope. Four hours of eating? Not hardly. An hour, hour and a half, tops was spent eating. Everything else was spent sitting on our ass in a damn restaurant.

You have GOT to be kidding me.

We finally leave Paris travel up to the Hilton where there is a Barry Manilow store. An entire store.

You gotta be kidding me! Manilow playing cards, lunch boxes, action figures.....egads.

Walked from the Hilton to the Stratosphere where, guess what? We spent another two hours (or more) SITTING!!!

Say it with me now: YOU GOTTA BE KIDDING ME?! Now, I'm starting to get pissed. I pay the money to come all the way to Vegas to sit on the second level of the stratosphere, on a mall bench, and watch everyone else live their life?! What the fuck is that about? This is your idea of a good time. Needless to say, I will not be traveling with these two ever again. But, that is hardly a comfort to me while I'm hearing my dollars tick away doing absolutely nothing. I could have saved that money and gone to Castleton if all I wanted to do was sit and watch people walk around a bunch of cheap ass shops.

Finally, we leave the Stratosphere. And no, we didn't go to the top. That would have been too much like right. By this time, I'm plenty pissed off. So, when we get to the Bellagio to watch the water show, I take off. Its probably around 8ish, and its been a day wasted. I still have some time to see some things before I'm completely exhausted. I hit Barbary Coast (loved it!) Bally's (s'alright.) Treasure Island (interesting) Mandalay Bay (sweet) before heading back to my hotel.

I was hungry, so I went into the all night cafe and some guy named Jesse bought my dinner. (Crab Cakes and Cheesecake. Yum.) Then, I was up all night walking around the Casino, playing and watching. Some guy was winning big on the craps table, lucky bastard. I checked out the Poker room, that was cool. I played slots. I went up to the room at 6ish, when my eyelids would stay open no longer.

that's what I'm talking about, baby.

Wednesday, March 15

Saturday --- So This is Vegas

The plane ride was good. Up smoothly. Down smoothly.....who can ask for more, huh? Its a funny sensation to have your ears pop with little headphones in. I'm just saying.

Getting up at 3:45 makes one very sleepy.

There is a Wolfgang Puck's express in O'Hare now. It may have always been there, I just don't remember seeing it before. Pizza for breakfast. Yum.

Vegas airport was slightly.....weird, somehow. I can't explain it. (no, it wasn't the slot machines. that seemed perfectly normal, oddly enough.)

LOVE downtown/old strip/ freemont. Loved it. I wish we would have stayed down there instead of on the strip.

Don't get me wrong. The strip was nice. Its like.......completely over the top and you can't help but gawk at the hotels. (Just try not gawking. go on. Try it.) But......well, I just liked the other part better.

Asleep early due to early morning plane rides and the like. So far, day one of Vegas is an 8.

Oh yeah, I played slots. I lost. and then I won back about half of what I lost. Free drinks make up for a lot. Free, strong drinks too, not weak baby drinks.

The hotel was okay. We stayed here. We ate at the buffet and it was wonderful. Of course, as you'll see in the "Monday" update, I believe it was so good because I was so very hungry on Saturday. But, on Saturday, it was wonderful.

Friday, March 10


Guess I'm not as geeky as I thought even if I DO wear glasses!

The Poser Geek

You answered 54% of the questions as a geek truly would.
As a poser geek, you're trying too damned hard. There's a strong possibility that you think you're a geek because you own your own computer, however you're truly missing the bigger picture. You aspirations of being a geek mainly come from your friends, who are probably slightly cooler.

Get rid of those thick black-rimmed glasses. Being a geek isn't about style, it's about substance!

So what's this all mean? It means you're probably a pretty cool person. You've probably got social graces and are well liked by many people. While not a complete conformist, you do prefer to follow along with popular culture. True geeks probably laugh at you behind your back.

In a nutshell, you answered most question how you thought a geek WOULD answer, but your misconceptions deceived you. Truth is, 60% of people are geekier than you.

My test tracked 1 variable How you compared to other people your age and gender:
free online datingfree online dating
You scored higher than 6% on geekness
Link: The True Geek Test written by ambientred on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the 32-Type Dating Test

Podcasts Rule

I get to listen to World Soccer Daily without subscribing to Sirius satellite radio. Not that I would be against subscribing, mind you, but I'm already an XM subscriber. But, through the beauty of podcasts, I don't miss out on a thing. Well, I don't get to listen live....they're uploaded immediately after the show airs. Still, that is a small price to pay.


I thought the past few weeks would NEVER end. LARC brief, oral argument......regular reading for class.....why the hell did I want to go back to school again?

But, know what? Its all over! That LARC BS was a huge chunk of time and left me feeling extremely crazy trying to get everything done. Now that its over, life can go back to the normal busy and not the insanely busy its been the past few weeks. Normal busy I can handle. Hell, I even like normal busy.

Whole bunches of things have been happening in the media that I've given little more than a passing glance. My Tivo is starting to feel stuffed, and its got yet another few days before I can make a real dent into it.

I did make time to watch S3 of MI-5, though. A girl has to have some priorities, people!

So, Vegas tomorrow. A friend of mine just left today for Spain on her Spring Break. She's spending a lot more money than I am. That makes me smile.

Have a good one, people! I promise to post more (I don't promise that its going to be more interesting) upon my return!

Monday, March 6

I know, I know

Its not like I've really been away. I've just been up to my ears in BS law school stuff. Really, its starting to irritate me now.

I hate LARC.

I hate Property.

I hate....well, you get the picture.

Anyway, I'm still here. I'm still alive. I think.

I'm going to Vegas on Saturday, that has to be some kind of light tunnel-y....thing.

Much to do before I board that plane, however.

Wednesday, March 1

Is it March already?!

Okay, this year is going by too fast already!

I must have missed this yesterday, so I'm extending Black History Month for one day. (although, every day should be.....well, anyway.)

Great story from ESPN.