Days Until I Am No Longer A 1L:

Sunday, December 11, 2005

Wow...

You must be doing some serious procrastination if you are reading this. I originally posted this on MySpace, because that is my new favorite way of being a tool, but I figured I would share it here, too, so that more than my 4 little friends on myspace could read it. It's called "I never knew law school could be this painful"

And don't just mean the emotionally draining and spiritually demoralizing type of painful either - that's old news that I have long since accepted. I'm talking about the actual physical pain I am feeling right now. My eyes feel like they are about to fall out of my head. Between the copious amounts of caffiene and steady diet of crap food, I think my stomach is on the verge of crawling out of my body and fighting me. And my shoulders and back hurt so much from sitting in front of my computer and typing for hours on end that I can barely lift my arms above my head. Plus, I am so tired that that last sentence originally said that I can barely lift my head above my shoulders. And I'm paying how much for this???

Thursday, October 06, 2005

Oh boy...

Keep an eye on this page - I may be coming back in the next few days. I think it's about time to release some of the nonsense I have built up so far this semester.

Also, I have spent a good portion of the class that I am in right now talking with a friend about how cool it would be to have a stripper walk into your class right while the teacher was talking to bring you a glass of ice and a bottle of Scotch.

Tuesday, September 13, 2005

HEY!

Irini - you should be doing homework.

Sunday, July 24, 2005

Peace out, bitches

If you haven't been able to tell by the rate of my posts recently, my desire to blog is definitely waning. So, I'm out. I don't feel like writing anymore and to be honest I really don't even read anyone else's blog either, so it doesn't really make any sense to keep on with this. The only time I even think about this place any more is when I think to myself "man, I haven't written any thing in a while, I should put something up there." Plus, I can already tell that I am going to be incredibly busy this year at school and I don't need this hanging over my head. So, I hope you all enjoyed this little experiment while it lasted. I actually kept up with this for longer than I expected, but I don't feel like doing this anymore. Honestly, I don't think I am going to miss it. Also, I just have to add that I think it is fantastically ironic that the spellchecker on Blogger doesn't recognize the word "blog."

Later,
Jack

Saturday, July 23, 2005

I could see the squirrels, then I deep fried them

Imagine Milton from Office Space with an out of control Col. Sanders goatee - I sat across from him on the Metro yesterday. It was hard not to stare. Or laugh. He even had the huge glasses that made his eyes look enormous. I really wish I had a camera phone at the time. Or a police sketch artist.

Sunday, July 10, 2005

Pretty standard, actually

Great party last night, but one of the funniest things involved someone who wasn't even there. See, my good buddy Cruiser never showed up to the party. He wasn't there because he got lost between his place and the apartment where the party was. The funny thing about that is the fact that these two apartments are three blocks apart. I kinda had an idea that we wouldn't be seeing him based on some of the IMs I got from him right before I left. Cruiser had spent the entire day in Baltimore at the baseball game drinking much beer. Here's what he had to say, starting with right before I left, continuing through the night and then picking up again this morning. Everything is taken verbatim, including the spellings.

Cruiser (8:46:46 PM): dude, you there?
Jack (8:46:58 PM): yeah
Cruiser (8:48:29 PM): y9
Cruiser (8:48:38 PM): i;ll be at your place in 20 min
Cruiser (8:48:47 PM): proch
Jack (8:48:49 PM): my place or debs
Cruiser (8:48:52 PM): i cant find my phone
Cruiser (8:48:58 PM): is it your phace lr cebs?
Jack (8:49:04 PM): debs
Cruiser (8:49:07 PM): sih
Jack (8:49:08 PM): how drunk are you
Cruiser (8:49:09 PM): i mean
Cruiser (8:49:10 PM): ish
Cruiser (8:49:12 PM): drunk
Jack (8:49:17 PM): no kidding
Cruiser (8:49:20 PM): ish
Cruiser (8:49:42 PM): as long as people will anser my phone
Cruiser (8:49:48 PM): i just can;t phine my own phone
Cruiser is away at 8:49:54 PM.
Cruiser returned at 9:05:25 PM.
Cruiser (9:05:31 PM): gimme your phone #
Cruiser (9:05:35 PM): now
Cruiser (9:05:37 PM): now
Cruiser (9:05:38 PM): now
Cruiser (9:05:39 PM): now
Cruiser (9:05:40 PM): now
Cruiser (9:05:41 PM): now
Cruiser (9:05:41 PM): now
Cruiser (9:05:42 PM): now
Cruiser (9:05:43 PM): now
Cruiser (9:05:44 PM): now
Cruiser (9:05:45 PM): now
Cruiser (9:05:46 PM): now
Cruiser (9:05:46 PM): now
Cruiser (9:05:47 PM): now
Cruiser (9:05:48 PM): now
Cruiser (9:05:49 PM): now
Cruiser (9:05:50 PM): now
Cruiser (9:05:52 PM): now
Cruiser (9:05:56 PM): yo0u cikc
Cruiser signed off at 9:06:08 PM.
Cruiser signed on at 9:14:38 AM.
Cruiser (9:14:58 AM): sorry dude - i got lost between your place and mine
Cruiser (9:15:04 AM): you think i'm just joking
Cruiser (9:15:08 AM): but no, i seriously got lost
Cruiser (9:15:16 AM): (i was kind of "housed")

I particularly like the y9 - I'm not really sure what that means.

Tuesday, July 05, 2005

America, fuck yeah!

So I just got back from watching the fireworks on the mall. Just when living in the heart of D.C, right near all the monuments and such, becomes commonplace, you walk up onto your friend's roof on the 4th of July and the Washington Monument is right in front of you and the Capitol is to your right, a handful of blocks away and lit up by floodlights. Needless to say, the view was great, as was the company. It was a great way to spend the holiday - we got to enjoy the downtown fireworks without the downtown crowds or traffic. Plus, none of the people who braved the crowds on the mall got to see Saucy Little Hat, the smallest of all of us there, freak out about falling through the roof because it felt squishy. That was almost as entertaining as the Beach Boys, who appeared to be coked out beyond belief and sounded like they hadn't performed together since the Reagan administration. Unfortunately, tomorrow it's back to the old grind. Fortunately, the boss is out of town all week.

Also, I just had three hot dogs - they were scrumtralescent.