A. A dog’s eye view of a wedding, with maudlin music. Bored Panda
B. Monster deals for Black Friday. Don’t forget your old pals here at Blueprint. We could use a new phone. NO TIES, PLEASE. USA Today
C. A professor of law at University of Arkansas, Little Rock is suing his employer under the Freedom of Information Act to get law school admissions data. Awkward times in the break room. Above the Law
D. A Michigan law firm is offering to pay cab/Uber/Lyft fare for drunk revelers on Thanksgiving. MLive
E. Facebook’s AI experimentation is going swimmingly. Fear not. Our future robot masters will treat us as prized pets. Buzzfeed
Thanksgiving is tomorrow, for those of you not in Canada. The December LSAT is coming up ten days from now. If you’re studying for the LSAT, this weekend may seem like a disaster waiting to happen. It doesn’t have to be.
You need to get some studying in. That’s a given. But you need some time off, too. It’s good for your LSAT score if you can get your mind off the test now and then.