Saturday, December 23, 2006

Law Professors Suffer Bad Lightbulb-Replacement Jokes Too

Posted by Alan Childress
Aproposner my previous post which referenced lawyer lightbulb humor, I would be remiss if I left us law professors undissed, especially in light of the professor/sloth analogies currently flying around Jeff's other blog stomping grounds, MoneyLaw.  I wrote these four, but you can do better:681348_light_bulb

Q: How many law professors does it take to change a lightbulb?
A: Dean, how many RA hours am I budgeted this year?

Q: How many law professors does it take to change a lightbulb?
A: I happened to notice that Professor Reegitzer's office does not need lightbulbs, what with the big bay windows and all, but he was hired after me and graduated two years behind me, from a school not in the top four even.

Q: How many law professors does it take to change a lightbulb?
A: What is a "lightbulb"?  Is that related to Bayes Theorem, or Foucault perhaps?

Q: How many law professors does it take to change a lightbulb?
A: Hey, they make lightbulbs in Budapest.  Shouldn't we start a new summer school in Budapest?   I'll be the director, and will learn some Czechoslavakian before I go.  It'll focus on human rights.

As for the other problem I noted, that it may be too late to take advantage of blog gift ideas, I heartily recommend Armenian Christmas Day:  January 6.  The kids won't mind waiting.  Not only do Nm_armenian you take advantage of all those pre-Christmas sales from Dec. 26-Jan. 5, but law professors can regift all sorts of free commercial goodies we score at the annual convention around January 4.  What child wouldn't prefer a handheld whirling fan sporting the West TWEN logo over a Nintendo Wii?

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