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Saturday, January 21, 2017

Follow me though law school

Posted Tuesday, January 18, 2011, at 3:44 PM

Last semester I kept a facebook album of all the pictures I took during the semester of the crazy, fun and completely random things that make law school law school.

I also kept a column about life as a first-year law student in the school newspaper, the Argonaut, called "FinePrint." At the end of the semester, I went though my notes and collected all the quotable things my professors said during the semester and published them for my last column.

I had to delete almost half of them for space, but you can read the ones that made the cut here.

This semester I'm still writing the column, but I've decided to combine the two items above into one location: Twitter.

Follow me @bobbyidaho, where I'm sure I'll have more than just pictures and quotes as the semester goes along, but even if I don't, it should still be entertaining.



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The idea behind Robert's Random is for me to write about whatever I'm thinking about whenever I'm thinking it. I try to write 3-5 times a week, but sometimes real work gets in the way of that. Sometimes I'll share whatever random thought I might have that day but most of the time, I like to write about things going on in the news. I'm a total news junkie, I spend a lot of time online at various news sites. If I find a story where someone does something totally stupid or I wonder "what were they thinking?" I don't mind pointing it out incase others missed it or taking my best guess at what they were thinking. I like to laugh, I like to make others laugh. There's so much serious and wrong stuff going on in the news that when I find an unusual or light story, I like to use it. And while real life news events might be the focus of many of my blogs, I'm just trying to entertain you, make you laugh and maybe even think about something you didn't know before reading. I'm not trying to break any serious news or deliver any hard-hitting coverage. You'll have to read a paper or watch one of the network shows for that.