Today I learned that blogs consist primarily of people with a specific background providing context to world events using their own experience. Now, if that means blogs are basically a bunch of people yelling about how pissed off they are and/or showing pictures of their cats, then I completely agree.
This is not my cat, nor it is my family's cat.
Anyway, an odd part of law school is the way real things are going on that actually affect peoples' lives, but at the same time there's such a strong high school aura that permeates everything. So, for example, today we had a meeting of the leaders of all the organizations. We all knew each other. We were all good buddies. And yet our discussions and actions are likely to move thousands, possibly even tens of thousands of dollars in various directions.
I think there's something reassuring about working with strangers in that regard. The threat of GroupThink shrinks, because assigned roles are not as easily fallen into. At least, I think that might be the case. That said, it's not like there's a crazy amount of money being tossed around in the first place. We're certainly not NASA.
I don't know. I don't really have a point today, just a random set of thoughts.