Friday, October 22, 2010
WARNING: This post is blatantly non-land use related.
This morning in class my students mentioned this YouTube video. Using a animated film-making software called "Xtra Normal" (Slogan - "if you can type, you can make a movie). "So You Want to Go to Law School" is a funny, very jaded conversation between a wanna-be law student and a cynical, exhausted corporate lawyer. Sample dialogue:
WBLS: "I love your Blackberry."
CECL: "I do not like my Blackberry. I want to torture it until it begs me to kill it."
Kudos to blogger dwkazzie for this hilarious film. Now I just need to help my students avoid slipping into a depression after watching it...
Jamie Baker Roskie
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