Sorry about that.
True, my exam in securities reg is in two days, and I still don't know the difference between a Half-Naked Call and a Blue-Balled Buffett, and I may very well have lost a stack of flashcards that it took me two weeks to create, and the paper I'm about to turn in for my PR class--The Crook, The Thief, His Wife, and Her Lawyer: Contingent Fee Agreements in Criminal and Divorce Cases--only has 60 footnotes, which probably won't cut it. But none of that is an excuse for not posting anything for a whole week.
What is an excuse, however, is that I've been finalizing a development deal with MTV for a put-down show called Yo Law School, where I travel to law schools around the country, looking for the best put-down artists to compete in an interscholastic showdown wherein they bully up and bag on eachother's law schools. It goes like this:
"Your law school is so poor that you have to save up LoisLaw Points just to buy books for the library."
"Well your law school is so unselective that its average class size is bigger than its median LSAT score."
"Well your law school is SMU, which, in case you've forgotten, is where Harriet Miers went."
They tell me that it will fill an extra slot in the summer schedule (in the place of WildnOut reruns), and that if it goes well, they might even pick up my other project, Date My Partnership Tax Professor. So, look out for those, and I promise to do better with posting this week, even if it means giving up an A+ or four.