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Thu, May. 1st, 2003 08:08 pm
Law Day

Damn... I hate it when I use titles that are somewhat self-explanatory because I'm left wondering, "What the hell am I going to say other than that?!"...

Anyway, I woke up late, so I had to rush to school to make it to the field trip. Basically, it was good. The first presentation I went to was about the process of a jury trial. They brought in a mock trial group from Lake Oswego High School to demonstrate. The second one was about the draft. It sucks, but college is no longer a valid excuse for dodging the draft... shit. The third was the whole "Cops and You" class. It was good except everyone kept asking stupid questions that ate up too much time. We ended up not being able to see some of the videos that the cop brought with him. The fourth one was about the Constitutional relevance of the phrase "one nation, under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance. Only a very small group went to this class, but the presenters were far better than those of the other classes. As far as the subject, it's not something that new to me, so I didn't really pick up a whole lot from it.

Came back to school, had choir, then went to Evening Academy. There I watched a movie called "Clean and Sober" starring Michael Keaton. I was actually surprised at how deep the movie was. Out of the recent movies that I've seen, this one has been among the top in the profoundity. I recommend it, but I caution that it is a little heavy.

Oh, yeah... I got my internet back.

That's all for today...

Current Mood: contemplative contemplative
Current Music: "Forever" -Suzumebachi

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