Less and less sleep

Last night was my long night. Torts from 6:00 – 8:00 pm, Legal Rhetoric from 8:00 – 10:00 pm, then home to read for contracts until about 1:30 am. I’m a little bit tired and frazzled today. My Torts class is taught by Andrew Popper. He was head of the admissions committee that whittled the

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Contracts Killa

Well, I survived my first class last night. Contracts, with professor Teemu Ruskola (it’s Finnish). We did lots of hypothetical scenarios involving promises of pens and party invitations and explored some of the different theories behind contract law. Interesting subject matter. It’s really starting to hit home that the left side of the bell curve

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The rubber hits the road

Tonight’s my first night of class for law school. I’ve already briefed three and a half cases (need to finish the one for Legal Rhetoric) before class has even started. The realization that all of those people who filled out the middle of the curve didn’t get into school with me has started to hit.

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Danny Diaz, Fascist for Bush

Michael Badnarik was campaigning in Santa Fe on Wednesday. The Santa Fe New Mexican interviewed him, mentioning his poll numbers. New Mexico is the first building block in an aggressive strategy aimed at growing long-term party support, he said. A Rasmussen poll commissioned by his campaign revealed earlier this month that he had the support

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Choices, choices

Received today from a disgruntled Democrat: “Responding to President Bush’s challenge to clarify his position, Sen. John F. Kerry said Monday that he still would have voted to authorize the war in Iraq even if he had known then that U.S. and allied forces would not find weapons of mass destruction.” Full story:In Hindsight, Kerry

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