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  • Saturday, June 03, 2006
    when i was working before i started law school, i was not very busy. my job was kind of slow. i was able at one point to go down to 4/5ths time, things were so slow. (actually, i'm told, the issue was more that i was fast in getting things done, and previous people in my position were not lacking things to do, as i was). My employer was not comfortable having me there for less time, though, "in case something came up." So I listened to NPR. All. Day. Long.

    Law school made me give it up. I so miss it. It was the most informed person in the WORLD back then. the WORLD. (which was, by the way, one of my favorite shows).

    I am finding, since first year is over, that during co-op, i can revisit my obsession with politics and the world that I live in. During school quarters, I can scan headlines and blurbs. But on co-op?

    on co-op, i take the train. for about an hour.

    And while on the train, I can listen to podcasts!!!! Of my old shows!! I don't know why I can't focus on them so well while in school. While in school, I listen to novels. On co-op, I listen to podcasts -- mostly NPR podcasts, but I do also like Slate.

    Last night while burning disks for dad, I re-subscribed to all my old favorites. I'm very excited to start listening. It's really not as good as the days when I was listening to everything (not selected snippets) in real time, but I'll deal.
    posted by Zuska @ 7:31 AM  
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