Monthly Archives: June 2011

Me and the LSAT: The End of our Five-Year Relationship

So I got my LSAT (Law School Admissions Test) score back the other day. I got a 170. The exact same score I got when I took the test in 2006. I would say I’m perfectly happy with the score, … Continue reading

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Summer Movie Roll Call, Part 1

Catching up on summer movies the last couple of weeks, after going underground for three months studying for the LSAT: Green Lantern Rotten Tomatoes Score: 23% Too Harsh, Too Nice, or Just Right? Harsh. Despite the fact that I’ve pretty … Continue reading

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NBA: How Good is Dirk Nowitzki?

Now that Dirk Nowitzki’s finally won an NBA title, the pundits are talking about him joining the list of all-time great players. So I was wondering—where does he stand now, and how high could he go? (Disclaimer: Never been a … Continue reading

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Book Review: ‘Bossypants,’ by Tina Fey

Why are women not funny? This is, of course, a stupid question. Plenty of women are funny. Our culture’s baseline arbiter of funny, Saturday Night Live, now features a cast headlined by Kristen Wiig (who, as I figure things, is … Continue reading

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