Oscar Madison has been tracking the amount of law p0rn he receives. The numbers are staggering. He’s getting a pound per day of the stuff. And it’s far less titillating than the name suggests — it’s and endless stream of law-school brochures, all designed to elicit positive U.S. News responses. Madison’s (illustrated!) post mocks numerous the lunch presentation lists (all involving places he would never go). And he reserves special ire for NYU’s magazine with its “Dworkin on Dworkin” cover story.
We’ve got the solution for you, Oscar. Leave behind all that law p0rn and focus on blawg p0rn! Our brochures are much lighter than NYU’s — we promise!
Did you know that Concurring Opinions just brought in a rising star, Dave Hoffman, as a lateral addition to the blog? Or that our blawg-and-privacy center has just tripled its budget? You’re invited to a free lunch presentation tomorrow, by the way, which will be held at an undisclosed location in rural Virginia. I hope that you can make it. And even if not, perhaps you’ve got time to read this month’s highlight article, “Solove on Solove.”
[UPDATE: In the interest of avoiding drawing in people running google searches for p0rn, I’ve switched to misspelling the term with a zer0.]