With classes for the year officially over, this blog post comes on the eve of study season: those days before your first exam when any moment not spent studying feels like committing a crime. Ironically, studying law would tell you how to evade or, alternatively, successfully defend yourself against such a crime.
Anyway, since I'm reading Federalism, here's a great read for the rest of you. Kiefer Sutherland talks to Rolling Stone about living in a barn, fighting a Christmas tree, crying during Love Actually, and in my favorite part of the article, sticking it to 24 fans:
He once heard that some college-going 24 fans had developed a drinking game in which you have to down one shot for every time Jack Bauer says, "Damn it," which is the show's "f---" and "s---" substitute. So during one episode, in one scene, he took it upon himself to say "Damn it" three times in a row, "Boom, boom, boom. And that was just one scene. By the end, there had to be fourteen 'Damn its.' And I could just see all these college kids going, 'Oh, f---!' "