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Saturday, April 02, 2011

the risk of writing on a matter of popular controversy

This could happen to you:


She is reading from this. I have no idea who she is -- I found the clip via Google Alerts. My theory is that she's either mocking me (which is fine -- everyone in my house and (probably) my law school mocks me, and I probably deserve it!); or maybe her roommate brought home some highly potent brownies and she just fired up the laptop and whipped out my table of contents for fun. I'm just pleased my scholarship can provoke such pleasure.

This is even better than when I was called a crypto-fascist, an event my partner solemnified by printing a t-shirt with that word emblazoned across the chest. I wear it proudly on national holidays.

Posted by Mark Fenster on April 2, 2011 at 10:00 AM in Blogging | Permalink


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If part II starts with the table of contents, was Part I just the title?

Posted by: Jessie Owley | Apr 3, 2011 12:20:28 PM


I'm pretty sure she says at the beginning of this video "Part II." Part TWO? Well done, mate.

Posted by: Brendan Maher | Apr 3, 2011 12:35:45 AM

She's probably making fun of your purple prose. But based on some of her other videos, she's probably a little bit crazy too.

Posted by: Sra | Apr 2, 2011 6:01:06 PM

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