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I was typing in Word for Mac 2011 and my 35 page paper suddenly turned into asterisks. I closed the program and reopened, and it was still asterisks. It’s just this file. Tried re-opening in Pages and Text Edit, same thing.

Has anyone ever had this happen and can anyone help?

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I’m going to be working next summer in Montgomery, Alabama, and I do not know anyone in Montgomery nor have I ever been there nor do I know much about the city (or its apartment-sublet market). So, if you are in or around Montgomery and feel like giving me an education, inbox me! And thanks.

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I'm blogging for my law school now.

In case you wanted yet another place to read me chatting/ranting/explaining my life as a law student. And in case you’re wondering, yes, BU pays me for writing these, but no, they do not pre-clear posts. I post them through Wordpress’s CMS on my own.

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And did not follow that up with hysterical giggling.

Crazy what people expect when you put on a suit and sit behind a desk.

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"A custodial interrogation occurs when individual is in government custody while being interrogated."

- First Circuit
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On the bright side, after my last exam Friday, our 1L section had a crazy/fun/great afternoon and evening, plus delicious homemade brunch Saturday, followed by beach time, relaxing, etc.. Today was the first Mother’s Day in four years I’ve been able to be in the same state as my mom, and that was really wonderful.

On the less than bright side, this is the worst 272-page buzzkill ever.

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Crimlaw exam tomorrow, i.e. last exam of 1L year! No worries - I’ve got this one, you guys. Just going to watch this over and over again. Should do it.

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On the bright side, after making this chart, I will completely rock all homicide questions on my crimlaw exam. On the less-than-bright side, evidently there are other things on the exam. Who knew?

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It really has been my absolute pleasure teaching you. I am here for you as you go through law school. I mean that - I have become very fond of you all.

But don’t think you’re special, this happens every year.

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- Crim prof, ending our review session/last class.