Wednesday, April 01, 2009

The Pope, Billy Graham, and Nick Saban

My Contracts teacher just said this in class:

"If you really get a sense that someone has been defrauded, like if the Pope, Billy Graham, and Nick Saban all came to you and said they were tricked..."



Girija said...


Anonymous said...

your post frequency has been pretty bad the last few weeks and it's not even finals

Anonymous said...

I agree.

Anonymous said...

I'm actually kind of jealous people are nasty to you in your blogs.
That people actually think that you care what you think.

People have the right to their own opinion, but I have the right to tell you to fuck off.

Anonymous said...

I think Sharon is going through a tough time what with the break up and all and finals coming so I doubt she feels like updating her blog right now, I think y'all should back off a bit.

Sharon said...

Haha, whoa. This is my first time reading the comments here. I'm not posting as often mainly because my professors have started reading, and if there's any chance of me making them mad by posting something about their class, I have no incentive to do it.

Since getting the internship spot at TNR for the summer I've also been thinking a lot about my writing style -- what it is, how I can make it better, how this blog should be styled.

Those things combined with finals explain my infrequent posts lately.

Anonymous said...

thats a good story to spin

here's a thought - there is plenty to blog about regarding the law, politics, etc. that has nothing to do with your law school classes and will appeal to a lot larger audience than just your classmates reading this, because out in the real world, not many of your readers will be interested in what happens in your law school classes