Sunday, March 9, 2008

Sheeeeeeit, partner.

Sometimes you are in your kitchen mixing cereals when you overhear your roommate discussing the democratic primary with his social psychologist friend, who just happens to study prejudice and bias. Maybe this social psychologist friend says that Obama speaks like Clay Davis. Maybe you laugh, and ask, "Did you just compare Obama to Clay Davis?" Maybe he seems confused that you laughed, but says, "Yes," and finishes his point (Re: Substance: Clinton = viscous, Obama = watery). Maybe the conversation peters out, maybe it dawned on him, maybe that's


1 comment:

j said...

and sometimes you go to a law school in the midwest where students answer questions in criminal law by asking, "what does the bible say?" and epstein thinks...JUST THIS!

all graduate students are stupid.