- worked for around 14 straight hours on a take home exam
- was mostly completely flummoxed by said take home exam
- mostly finished said take home exam
So I’m going to do another pass of editing and (maybe) research between now and 10am, but otherwise… I think I’m just about done with my first semester. Whoop. ‘Things I learned’ will get pumped out after I recover. :)
[Edit: things I did later this morning: pounded out my last brilliant insight about Erie as the sun rose over my shoulder and The Ecstasy of Gold [warning: YouTube] poured out of the stereo. Given the circumstances, can’t get much better than that.]
[Edit: fixed link.]
8 thoughts on “things I did yesterday”
Um, The Ecstasy of Gold link points to the front page of your blog.
Federal common law. Does it exist? Only in the name of Erie will we know …
The best I could come up with is that Federal Common Law is a lot like a particularly twisted version of Schrodinger’s cat- we don’t really know whether it is alive or dead until the Supreme Court opens the box and makes another observation.
Congrats on finishing up the first semester! I’m looking forward to hearing a few more impressions, although the Morricone piece just about says it all :)
[…] Fanfare for the Common Man, which somehow seemed very appropriate. (Last semester’s post-hardest-exam music was Ecstasy of Gold; perhaps tomorrow I’ll ponder the significant of the […]
The question is, was Ecstasy of Gold followed by Metallica?
I think not that morning, but it has often in the past. In fact, I think I’ll put on that Call of Ktulu right now.
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