In the heat of the moment after having watched American Idol on tv (and having had two extremely chocolicious brownies) I totally think that we should have our very own Iowa Law Idol competition. Why not? One of the radio stations I listen to has Office Idol. I only wish that the whole Lawlapalooza was sooner. I bet some of the people wandering around Boyd would be fabulous singers. I think that Career Services advisor Jill Deyoung would have an awesome voice. I'm guessing jazz for her.
Btw, I must watch American Idol. Even if I don't get tomorrow's reading done, or my memo written, I will always watch American Idol.
So what song would you audition with? I just heard this Gothic chick audition with Phantom of the Opera (crazy!), and she has the best voice I've heard this season. I would probably audition with Beautiful Dreamer, In the Still of the Night, or the Sound of Music. The best auditions I've heard so far were songs from Bobby Brown, Boyz II Men, and Aretha Frankling (Chain of Fools).
And the quest for music goes on. So far, I've discovered Joss Stone. Not shabby at all. She's kind of r&b/jazzy. Difficult to pin her down really. Also, Tristan Prettyman. She has a really husky voice, and she remade Britney Spears' Toxic. I know, that sounds terrible, but trust me, it's not bad at all.
Yay for no civ pro tomorrow! Poor Mr. X for getting called on today. Well, not really. But better him than me today, I didn't even know we were supposed to have read Pennoyer. And if the professor is so concerned about being fair, then he should just shuffle the cards, and then draw from the top methodically to ensure that no one gets called on twice or thrice without having to be. Just a thought.
Someone should suggest to our professor to give us a 5 minute break in the middle so that we can go to the restroom if we need to. As it is, I feel bad that so many people are constantly coming and going that I won't go to the bathroom even though I really feel like I have to. Even if you don't like the teacher or think much of him, shouldn't you at least show the basic respect of sitting through lecture, and not going to get food everyday during class?