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  • Tuesday, June 26, 2007
    Proof that the bar exam is taking over my life:
    Me: I am uploading every subject in the world into my iPod.
    J: Every subject? Do you mean like, bar review subjects?
    Me: Yes.
    J: That's horrible.
    Me: Why?
    J: What if someone wants to listen to your iPod, and all these great songs come on, and then all of a sudden, here comes this boring man saying, "a tort is a tort because it is not a contract." [in a stuffy voice].

    Now they're re-writing the joke, "Pete and repeat were walking across the bridge," into "tort and retort were walking across the bridge."

    I've ruined them all.

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    posted by Zuska @ 7:42 PM  
    • At Wednesday, June 27, 2007 8:34:00 PM, Blogger She says said…

      I adulterated my iPod the same way. And I listened to the lectures walking to/from work, doing the dishes, etc. I think it really helped me -- but it all depends on your learning style.

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