If I spent more time at home, we’d have a dog.
Not a yippy little dog that makes you think, “Aw. You think you’re cute? Well, when your owner’s not looking, I’m going to punt you off this balcony.”
But a reasonably-sized dog that could tear an intruder’s arm off if need be.
On Sunday morning, I measured 25 inches of snow on my car. We’re allegedly supposed to get 10 more inches today and tomorrow. We’ll see.
While I remember some big snows early in life when my family lived in the Poconos, I don’t think I’ve seen a bigger snowfall where I live. I will say [...]
Happy New Semester! I’m sure it will be far better than spending time with your family and friends. Here’s some poorly modified verse for motivation.
Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more;
Or close the wall up with our transfer students.
In peace there’s nothing so becomes a student
For all you law dorks who also love to gamble, there’s this. (Ahem, Dr. Bombay.)
From the WSJ Law Blog:
The idea behind the site, which is the brainchild of recent George Mason law grad Josh Blackman, is simple: you pick the way you think the Supreme Court will [...]
Every now and again, we all need a diversion from the rigors of work and law school. Being devoted law students, however, we don’t have time for real pleasures or dalliances like stopping to smell roses, so we must find joy in that last remaining respite: daydreams of suing Deep Pockets. This is the first [...]
Sorry for starting the week so violently, but I had a funny conversation after my class on Saturday.
It started something like this, “You know Cheney’s one of those people I’d punch in the face if I could.” (It actually might have been former Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner that got him going because of his role [...]