That's not what the Death card means

post 81
written 2006-01-18 17:58:00

As I write this, I'm in the law library, in a recliner, reclining. There's snow on the ground, I'm facing a wall of windows, and night's falling. I've just finished reading some cases on the Fifth Amendment protection against takings (most notably the Kelo v. New London eminent domain case that made the news this summer). I'm about to go get the book for my seminar class and probably take it home with me so I can read after dinner. Lunch was a Dr. Pepper and some peanut butter crackers, so dinner sounds like a pretty good idea. My phone works again, thanks to Bren for sending my charger (heh, you know, I forget something every time I travel).

There's going to be some kind of country-based baseball tournament in March. The World Baseball Classic, or something? Looks neat.

I need to figure out a topic for my Constitutional Law paper - I'm thinking about judicial activism, since I know little about it and I would bring a minimum of preconceptions to the table. I need to read for Legal Profession, but like Civil Practice, the lectures seem to be more central to the course than the texts. There will be two lectures in the next two weeks or so, and I've enjoyed all the lectures I've been to here.

All in all, things are pretty good. They could sure as hell be a lot worse.

1.18.06, 5:58 PM, EST, Ada, OH

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