About that Justice Breyer, etc., and lots of commas

March 16, 2008 at 11:58 pm | Posted in law school, Massholes, Starbucks | 2 Comments

Don’t pay any attention to the alleged posting time above.  It’s really 12:57 a.m.  And that Justice Breyer, he’s a sneaky little liberal.  I even kind of appreciate his First Amendment jurisprudence, whatever that means.  He has been my main man for the past 36 hours (though he has been accompanied by several Starbucks grande soy no water no foam chais, which, thankfully, are back in my diet after a full flu-free day…).  That being said, I might be a little delusional too.

Oh, and Happy St. Patrick’s Day, which, happily, I won’t be celebrating with Justice Breyer (who has just been flung off into the ether to my professor, who, I should note, is pretty much my age but (a) was a Supreme Court clerk and (b) is a professor, for goodness sakes, and thanks to both of the above qualities, probably never has procrastinated on a paper for six months only to spend almost 36-straight hours cobbling one together for someone she’d actually like to impress). 

Instead, I’ll be celebrating it, appropriately, with a bunch of Murphys, including one visiting nephew whose name is, most appropriately, Ryan Patrick Murphy, and, of course, one Little Bug Murphy.

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  1. Lucky charms!
    Irish Spring!
    Kiss the blarney!
    Murphy’s Law: Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong, at the worst possible time.
    O’Shaunnessy’s corollary: Murphy was an optimist.

  2. Kathryn, if there’s anyone who can say she has lived a full life for her X number of years, it is you. Weren’t you even a sommelier at some point?


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