Sunday, January 07, 2007

Lawletting & Miraculous Cures

Classes start tomorrow and already the spring schedule has undergone a change. Gone is Trusts, which I had previously mentioned might be a problem. It was a blight on my Friday mornings anyhow, after a blank slate on Thursdays.

What's surprising is the course I've replaced it with - International Trade Law, only because I'm curious why I just didn't sign up for it originally. I racked my brain for some reason I hadn't - there are no exam conflicts, it works with my schedule, and I like the prof. I just hope come April I won't sound like Gob Bluth.

I'm back in Vancouver now. While I was at the airport (an hour delayed for an hour flight) I managed to finish one of my new books, Bloodletting & Miraculous Cures. I'm normally not a fan of Canadian fiction - I find the local street name-checking annoying, and I prefer to read about places I'd like to go to - but something about it I definitely enjoyed. Although, I do suspect it has something to do with the lack of new Grey's Anatomy episodes on TV lately (new this week!) - this book nicely closes the gap.


Brad said...

Good luck with this semester ryan. I hope the reason you originally avoided International Trade Law doesn't strike you tonight while you sleep.

P.s Spend my 20 dollar itunes card for me - which album contains the highest amount of awesome as of late?

Lawyerlike said...

Well apparently the US iTunes store had a FREE download of John Hodgman reading his hilarious "The Areas of My Expertise," but, International Trade Law being in the sorry state it currently is, I could not find it in Canada.

That said, I think you should get Hot Chip's "The Warning" album and, because I've been in your car with that stereo, either Volume 1 or Volume 2 of the "Home Grown! The Beginner's Guide to Understanding the Roots." (I'm partial to V2). No other bass workout like it.