Saturday, October 15, 2005's mornings like this when i begin to wonder why i party. last night was so much fun, but i was a moron, did not drink any water, and am therefore hung over this morning. it was so great getting out to a party though...i hadn't been out to a party in way too long. the vast majority of the 1L and 2L classes were at that party...i just ran around, talked to people, and drank altogether too much bad beer. i don't think i did anything particularly moronic or scandalous, so that was good.

maybe i did one thing moronic. the party was all the way out on pennsylvania, north of olive. i walked home from said party--all the way home...three and a half miles...late at night...while pretty darn trashed. i'm pretty proud of myself for making it all the way home, and just for walking that long. i got a lot of walking in yesterday, since i walked from school up to the party as well

and i'm about to go to a winery; outlaw is having their trip today. i don't know how i'll actually stomach any wine, but it should be a fun little outing.

right now i'm watching press your luck in the student lounge. i love it...whammies on a large shiny television, making high pitched noises and taking people's money. this is a great episode so far...the people are stupid and didn't get very many spins, and most of the spins were whammies. everyone ended the first round with no money. it's amazing.

i got to see some of my favourite whammies from my youth. there was one, dressed up like a political candidate with a little sash that says "vote" on it...and he says "if elected, i will raise your taxes!!" and then cackles maniacally. then, they showed another one, with a whammy on a dollar bill instead of george washington, who says "i cannot tell a lie! you lose!" whammies amuse me lots and lots.

lastly...random quiz. nerdy. shiny. yay. ::civpro::


You are Rule 20, an important part of the Federal
Rules' policy of permissive joinder. You are
designed specifically to allow as many parties
in an action as can be tried efficiently, and
you'll include someone as long as there is some
factual overlap between a claim involving them
and the rest of the case at hand. You are
popular, out-going, and are never far from
friends. However, your overly gregarious
nature and magnanimous approach do make things
a bit crowded--you're the reason that lawsuits
are often cluttered with innumerable parties
and even more numberous claims for relief.
Still, despite the crowds that you attract, you
can't argue with the efficiency of getting
everything done at once!

Which Federal Rule of Civil Procedure Are You?
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