Jeremy's Weblog

I recently graduated from Harvard Law School. This is my weblog. It tries to be funny. E-mail me if you like it. For an index of what's lurking in the archives, sorted by category, click here.

Saturday, September 14, 2002

Tripling up on the entries today to make up for yesterday. Actually no, it's because I have stuff I want to write.

I crashed the Federalist BBQ for lunch today to get free food -- a wise decision (hot dogs were good, the cookies were Great), but I think I may have been a bit too forthcoming as far as my motives. I saw someone from my section and whispered -- 'I'm not really a Federalist, I'm just here for the food' and he gave me a look that didn't seem too welcoming. I tried to cover with a line like "well the Federalists believe in giving power to the states... so why not hamburgers to the hungry..." but that didn't fly. And then I was talking to someone and it came up that I spent a summer in Washington interning for Senator... uh... Schumer. I wanted to swallow that one back when it came out. Ha.

In my defense, I'm probably closer to being a federalist than, say, a socialist, so it's not like I'm some commie liberal spy. I would be willing, however, to bet that the food here was better than it would be at the Human Rights Association barbeque (or, more definitely, the ANIMAL Rights Association barbeque -- "Would you like some ketchup on that empty bun? How about some celery?")