Thursday, October 06, 2005
I second that emotion, hawk. But it's more than that. The problem with us lawyers is that most of us were bookish nerds in junior high. Hit by testosterone rush, we were inept at managing it. As anonymous notes, the results are kind of sad... but hey, so what?
Cakreiz, speak for yourself when you say "us lawyers." Note that for whatever reasons, females of the profession (inluding myself and my girlfriends) do not seem to congregate in little groups online to oogle a jpg of a hot young male librarian. (And don't say there is no such thing -- I can tell you the boys in the stacks at my fine law school were not "trolls," they were darn stacked themselves ;-)
Hmm. Then again, I could be wrong. Maybe if you post a studmuffin showing off his buff torso as he stretches his strong chisled arm to the top shelf to pull down some heavy textbooks . . . me & my women friends might get back in touch our their giggling 9th grade selves, too ;).
Hey Hawk -- what do YOU look like?
I'm not much of a studdmuffin, I'm afraid.
To Cicero ( at 11:35 PM):
At this public library, we shelve the Kama Sutra at 294.5664 (in the religion section).
(Never pose an idle question when a reference librarian's around - s/he's bound to look it up)
"to congregate in little groups online to oogle a jpg of a hot young male librarian."
...oh please anonymous laywer girl...you deny the way we males are wired...good luck with that!! ;-) Perhaps you should have made a friend and taken advantage of the offices around the law library for a little hokey-pokey...
I know it worked for me.
She's got that classy thing going on. I think that's why people are excited about the pic. That and you have discovered the primal and most basic reason the Internet is what it is. Spreading around pics of attractive females.