Thursday, April 15, 2004

An Open Letter

Dear Professor,

I know that you are very proud of the casebook you are attempting to write -- there's even a Powerpoint stick figure proudly emblazoned on the front cover -- very snazzy! I am willing to overlook the spelling errors, glaring misprints, and even the little text callouts all over the pages with clever notes to yourself like "make sure to fact check this" and "find out who this Jefferson character is." However, the one favor I would like to ask is if it would be possible for you to edit the cases to under 30 pages apiece. By the fifth page I have ceased to pay attention, by the thirteenth page I want to curl into the fetal position and cry myself to sleep, and frankly, by the twentieth page I have decided that anything remaining is probably not important or else they wouldn't have put it so far in the back. Also, please quit saying commingling so much, it sounds dirty. Thanks.

A Grateful Student
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