Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Law School Reflections of a Specific Class

Homer has some pretty funny stories about his law school days on his blog. We were in a lot of the same classes in law school so I've seen his experiences first hand. We sat next to each other in one specific class (which shall remain nameless) and did a whole bunch of nothing. We would sit in the back of the class watching funny videos on the internet while trying to keep a straight face. Our biggest challenge, other than keeping a straight face, was trying to keep Nugget from giving us away since he liked to lean over Homer to see what we were looking at.

There were days when we would also start a class wide chatroom and try to see how many people we could get in the room. The class size was about 60 and I think the highest number we had in the room at one time was probably about 20. Then the teacher tried to "catch us in the act" and walked to the back of the class room where we were at to see what was on the computer so that ended the chatroom for a few days.

One day, seeing that our teacher was hell bent on preventing us from doing what we normally do, we decided to hold a draft of the women in the class much like one does for fantasy football, baseball, etc. We went through the motions of who picks first, the rules and how many people would be on a team. We each picked one by one which girls we would want on our team based on looks, personality, etc. After it was all said and done we looked at each of our teams and declared ourselves the winner. Naturally, we went to Nugget to find out his opinion. He seemed to side with Homer and declared him the winner. I think Homer might still have that list and I'd personally like to revisit it for a recount. Man those were the good old days of law school...


Blogger Gold Nugget said...

Indeed papi. We did a whole lot of nothing. As far as the draft goes, Homer did win, which is surprising. It was a sad day i didnt' have my computer, but when we did have those chats, we talked about the most insane stuff, great law school moments. Coincidentaly, after we graduated the rating of the school went down, hope it didnt have anything to do with our grades. hahahhaah

1:27 PM  
Blogger Homer said...

haha good shit...

UW's best and brightest

1:53 PM  
Blogger chardrian said...

On Wisconsin!

5:23 PM  

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