Monday, October 30, 2006

No Longer Anonymous

Someone in my section just asked me if I had a blog. I should have just said no, but I was taken aback and not sure what to say.

I'm more than a little weirded out. I mean, I don't think I've said anything offensive and I don't think that would bother me if I had.

I just don't like it. It makes me feel like now I need to censor what I say.

It makes me feel as if I need to be careful as to who I bitch about.

All this is probably exacerbated by the fact that people are starting to get really wound up about finals. The tension level has increased dramatically just over the weekend, it seems.

The thought of memorizing all those outlines is nerve wracking, but hey, at least mine are done.

4 comments:

Meg said...

Anonymity is overrated. ;)

You already have your outlines done??? Are your finals next week???

Anonymous said...

Yeah. It sucks even more if you made fun of a charicature of the class gunner occasionally in a way that is totally recognizable... and that he gets pissed at you FOR MISQUOTING HIM.

You know who!

prettylawchick said...

It's even funnier when the class gunner misspells caricature

:)

Anonymous said...

There's nothing weird about someone from your school reading your blog. Maybe they were asking about your Myspace. Anyway, the web is big, but the law school community is still very "small."