Music:E-40, "Tell Me When To Go." I don't even pretend to understand this song.
This is the life
Today, I found myself passionately denouncing a case in my Contracts reading, by yelling about it and pounding my fist on a table while discussing it with a fellow law student (yes, while in a public place) and scribbling angry notes in the margins of my casebook, such as "YES, OBVIOUSLY, YOU CRETIN" and "Terra JOINS THE DISSENT." Why was I so distraught, you ask? Because the court in said case awarded expectation damages based on diminution of value rather than cost of completion. I would like to point out that this is clearly absolute horse crap, and that the Peevyhouses (case: Peevyhouse v. Garland Coal & Mining Co.) OBVIOUSLY deserved the Court's enforcement of full performance. LET THERE BE NO DOUBT.
Tonight, I dined sumptuously on waffles with whipped cream. At 12:25AM. Shut up, I never ate dinner.