These two are my favorites, especially the last one:
9. You will constantly see torts in every day life. Negligence: here, there, and everywhere.
19. You will become a stronger, more competent human being. Despite feeling beat down, lonely, and like a failure at times, you’re receiving a rigorous education and learning how to become an important professional in society. You’re learning how to handle stress, multitask efficiently, and think critically about legal issues. With every embarrassing cold call and every 50-page outline, you know you’re well on your way to becoming a gladiator in a suit.
Mr. García Márquez, a Colombian who received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1982, wrote fiction rooted in a mythical Latin American landscape of his own creation.
The world has lost an incredibly important and talented writer.
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Last semester, one if my professors thought class ended at 9:15 pm. It wasn’t until two weeks before classes finished that he discovered it ended at 9:10 pm. This semester he knows but still keeps us late every week.
This semester we have another class that is supposed to get out at 8:10 pm but we normally don’t get out until 8:30 pm because the professors don’t manage class time very well.
I normally don’t care but some of my classmates have to commute 90 minutes or more to get home and getting out on time makes all the difference.