Law school is tough, and sometimes, in the flurry to interpret statutes and grasp holdings from cases, we forget how to read.
Here are a few sample interpretations of this blog title, for your convenience.
Marcus Miller Blog
1. As if admonishing a small child or medium-sized dog:
I said “suddenly,” Blog! How many times do I have to tell you? Eat your vegetables in a less predictable manner!
2. As a closing salutation in a letter written by Blog (child or dog):
I love cutting conversations short.
3. As part of an unfinished list:
There are three words in this blog title: suddenly, blog,
4. As a proper noun:
My favorite thing in the world is Suddenly, (the) blog, not the valley.1
5. And, of course, the obvious:
From out of nowhere, it’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s—suddenly—Blog!
1So. Excited. For. This. Movie.2 And. Extra. Season. Also. I. Enjoy. Punctuation.
2I’m aware the original joke referred to “Sudden Valley,” not “Suddenly Valley.” Believe me, I am more well-versed in Arrested Development trivia than I am in any subject of the law.3
3Except traffic law. I aced my driving permit test so hard. High point of my entire test-taking career, and I didn’t even have to map out games on a chart.4
4Five friends have five cars and five destinations. David does not drive a brown car to the grocery store. Actually, none of them do because these people don’t exist and this is a terrible practice problem and the LSAT has been over for years so, everyone, please stop talking about your scores.