Sunday, October 30, 2005

Icarus Shmicarus

The term is ramping up considerably. I know this because of the confluence of several factors, like beginning the research for a large International Law paper, reaching the "difficult" parts of Tax and Secured Transactions law, and of course, getting sick.

I'm still not sure if the amount of reading from first year to second year has increased, I just know it's not going away. Nor would you ever describe the material as page-turning stuff. For every bright spot of reading like this comic gem:

The wooden horse of Troy came into the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Manning in the guise of a gas furnace.

You get reams of cryptic material like this:

Charting a middle course between the Scylla of unaccommodating contractarianism and the Charybdis of quixotic communitarianism is the implicity contractual analysis.

On the plus side of things, Law Revue is beginning to take shape, and I'm confident that this year's show will certainly be the best. Of course, it's always hard to judge when you pump your audience full of beer.

Alright, I better hit the books lest I fly too close to the sun on these wings of screw it.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I don't think even that quote is as cryptic as "a hammer sees everything as a nail."