kalvano wrote:Dear gunners:
I was initially disappointed in my 1L year, in that there were no gunners in section 1. I thought I was missing out on one of the essential law school experiences. I now see the error of my ways. Roughly 7 milliseconds after the both of you opened your mouths in class today, I had an almost irrepressible urge to hurl myself out the window behind me and take my chances with the concrete library walkway below me. Should I lose that gamble, at the least the intense and grating pain cause by the sound of your voice would end.
So, as a cautionary note for the future, I would advise you to be careful and judicious. Everyone around the both of you wished nothing but death and destruction to rain down upon you. Further, everyone in the class is equipped with a book that is the approximate equal weight of a half-loaded cement truck. Any more repeat performances like today could indeed cause a hellacious rain of overpriced and supremely heavy textbooks to fall upon you.
Kal V. Ano, Esq.
Have you considered actual guns? I believe Texas law permits you to defend yourself with deadly force against such offenses against nature, so long as they occur on a college campus...