Saturday, May 24, 2008

Law.com Inadvertently Explains to Recent College Graduates Why Culinary School Beats Law School As Next Phase In Life

Hit the Beach With Technology: Summertime gadgets help you escape -- or stay in touch -- with the firm.  Its text starts:  "Summer means vacation, but vacation means different things to different 8950652_25837761_2 people." 

No, it really shouldn't.

Reminds me of the first ads in bar journals, during the Reagan years, for the newfangled "pager" invention (on which I whined here):  Lets a partner find you on a Friday night!

O-Tay!  [Alan Childress]

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Students in culinary schools are benefited more by culinary training than classroom sessions. They are advantaged by demonstration classes and they learn to cook classical and traditional methods of cooking in spacious kitchen.

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Posted by: nevia987 | Jun 7, 2008 12:28:01 AM

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