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There is no upside to the bar exam–if you pass, well, that’s what everyone expected you to do. And you just borrowed $120,000 (not dischargeable in bankruptcy) to pay for a degree that will be useless without passing the bar. So failure isn’t really an option.
Can I share a few bar exam stories?
If you are taking the exam tomorrow, stop reading here. Seriously.
Kent Larsen linked to this article about our continued reliance on unpaid local clergy. It includes the following bit on a particular bishop:
I will be visiting Tatooine this weekend and Naboo the next. You will not sense much of my presence here until early August.
Don’t burn the place down while I’m gone.
Yee-hah! Don’t stint, boys. Mebbe I oughtn’t to shoot the revenooers this year.
Oh, and I reckon I ought to tip my hat to the Old Country.
I just watched the John Dillinger picture Public Enemies. It had the same message as most Hollywood pictures since Bonnie and Clyde: It’s better to be cool than to be good. It was repugnant.