Bees in My Bonnet.

Finally, I’ve been completely engulfed by the dragging pressure of the approaching exam season. Bales of coursework yet have to be unrolled. With the ongoing cricket world cup mania, my wild endeavors and a myriad of other distractions, it seems very likely that my grades will be plain sailing anytime soon.

Particularly, at this of the year, my mind is preoccupied by every instance of the world but studying! Even the most unpleasant of activities take a toll on my charming scale. Memory retention falters whensoever I try cracking a certain topic. Embarrassingly enough, I admit, that’s where the so called “memory pills” kick in – mine is a crossbreed of honey and some natural herbs and not like some capsule but a gooey liquid that gets glued everywhere. Indeed, studying is a messy affair.

Another notable factor that contributes to the sheer distress of these two agonizing months is “The Guilt Complex” (notice how I’ve capitalized to exaggerate my argument). Every other engagement leads to nothing but self-reproach. Strictly speaking on my behalf only, I experience this EVERYTIME, after I’ve undertaken an activity that is not remotely close to the aforementioned dilemma of studying. 😛 Add to this an unmanageable syllabus bulk that has to be covered in an inadequate time limit and voila…!

The list of whiny excuses can go on, but I just saw my physics book smolder an ugly look at me. It’s intimidating. Later!

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  2. .It was in this opportune erio i that Tapping Reeve located at .Litchfield and unintentionally began that i rt cess which eventually .overthrew the common law of b.ngland for a common law of our .own and changed the old forms rules and precedents which had so .long prevailed. The close of the Revolutionary War utterly de- .stroyed the doctrine that the king could do no wrong and swept .awa his prerogatives and common laws and while we now quote .the good contained in the wisdom of ages we decide ciuestions .by Rcev es Swift and Could and modern wise instances. ..Ten ears ago the comi iler of this book conceived the idea oi .collecting and jjreserving in a ieniianent form a mass of material .which was then available relating to the legal history and tradition .of his native county and in the midst of his active duties as the .Clerk of its courts has gathered these items and now resents them .for ur consideration believing his work to be a somewhat valuable .contribution t our earlier histor-. I deepl regret that there are so luany whom .1 have been unable to trace beyond the mere fact of their admission.

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