In what is just the latest in a long line of dumb ideas motivated by an ill-informed desire to help people and meet undergrad chicks, I started teaching LSAT classes again tonight. Tonight as in "April 21st," as in "two weeks and a day before my first final," as in "what the hell was I thinking?" And it showed.
I stumbled in hungover, half-shaved, and not having actually read the teaching materials, which, unbeknownst to me, had changed in the six months since I'd last taught an LSAT class. Whereas before I was used to working logic problems on the board that I'd memorized from start to finish, this time I had to actually tackle things anew, which is...you know...hard. I also have a lot of difficulty talking and writing on the board at the same time, which leads to a lot of odd statements about the contraceptives of certain logical propositions. I'm also fairly certain that I misquoted the number and timing of sections on the exam. And I may very well have said that you get extra credit if you show your work. And that it's graded on a curve. Oh well.
None of this really matters, because I'm going to CivPro tommorrow, and then afterwards we're going bowling. Everybody should come.