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Tuesday, February 14, 2006 

Valentine's Day

Speaking as someone who is single, I'm not really sure what I think of Valentine's Day. On one hand, I'm a little jealous of others and bummed out about the fact that I'm spending it alone. On the other hand, I'm happy that I don't have to deal with this highly commercialized holiday. I know that many people don't take it seriously and see the holiday for what it is: a boom in Hallmark's sales. But there are a lot of people who do take it seriously, probably too seriously. Maybe it is nice to just have this be another Tuesday of little importance.

However, I'm still a vindictive jerk, and I would rather not let the rest of you have any sort of adult fun if I'm not. So take a look at this...
There, that should kill any hormonal urges that you planned on acting on tonight.

Shirtless Ted Kennedy: the anti-Viagra.

Highly commercialized holiday? You must really be in the dumps. This just doesn't sound like the self-proclaimed corporate whore that we all know and love.

Or at least know.

Anyways, I have a hot date tonight with a stack of lab notebooks yay high that need to be graded, so don't be to harsh on yourself.

Nicholas A.

I may be a corporate whore, but I'm a corporate whore with a heart of gold. Deep in the recesses of my black, profit-driven heart is a bit of idealism and romanticism that just won't die.

Enjoy your hot date. Tonight, I'll be making sweet law school love to the ins and outs of limited liability partnerships.

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