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Good investment strategy. If you wanna know what the heck he's talking about:
http://www.investopedia.com/university/shortselling/shortselling3.asp

True dat.

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If you really did say that, it's got to count for something--that takes balls. Did the prof. even crack a smile?

whitey

hmmmmmm.
http://academic.udayton.edu/TheWhitestLawSchools/2005TWLS/Chapter1/index.asp

I'm worried about your exposure here. Your investment on the futures was based on inside information. And everyone knows it.

Ever had one of those surreal moments that you just need to share? A few months ago, I randomly came upon your blog while looking for something or another. I enjoyed your sense of humor and “advice” to us poor 1Ls, and have checked back about once a week since then. I’m a UT alum, so I was amused to find out you attend UT Law. It wasn’t until this post, where you mention your name, that I realized who you were. I really should have figured it out earlier…shows how much I was paying attention. Thanks for the help, Mike. -- Shana

"Ever had one of those surreal moments that you just need to share?

"A few months ago, I randomly came upon your blog while looking for something or another."

[A case of Grey Goose?]

"I enjoyed your sense of humor and “advice” to us poor 1Ls, and have checked back about once a week since then. I’m a UT alum, so I was amused to find out you attend UT Law."

[Seriously, I had you pegged for Thomas Cooley. I thought that was your reach school. Also, I find little things amusing, like when I meet someone whose name is Shana, I'm like "OMG, my name is totally Shana too. Maybe we're related."]

"It wasn’t until this post, where you mention your name, that I realized who you were."

[Honestly, it took a little longer, but when I found out I was like, "OMG, he is totally Mr. Lassaude"]

"I really should have figured it out earlier…"

[Like when you mentioned you write a blog, or when you e-mailed me a link to your blog, or when you said you had to go work on that blog, or when your blog described your exact title and duties on Law Review, ...]

"shows how much I was paying attention."

[still got my fingers crossed for those 1L grades!]

"Thanks for the help, Mike. -- Shana"

[Honestly, if this is a "surreal moment you just had to share" may I suggest a speedball, or perhaps a fistfull of X?]

wingsandvodka

Hey, fucker, don't piss on my creepy blog reunion.

Hi, Shana. :)

Oklahoma City School of Law 4L

Mr. Wings,
I have to call some James Frey-eque bullshit on that posting. My multiple sources advise me that this story is as inflated as USC's confidence pre-Rose Bowl. These sources claim that you, in fact, volunteered in a gunny-mc-gunsalot fashion and then later, when you did not know the answer, nothing happened at all. I feel like Oprah--used, tricked, and bloated . . . ok, maybe not all three.
Sincerely,
OKC "smoking gun" 4L

Henry

Mike,

Not to worry. I will call on you next week so you can redeem yourself. Be prepared to discuss the assigned material on ... well, everything.

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One of the reasons why I like visiting your blog so much is because it has become a daily reference I can use in order to learn new nice stuff. It's like a curiosities box that surprises you over and over again.

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