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Logical Reasonings / 2.5.16

A. A University of Michigian Law panel on Detroit’s bankruptcy, featuring Michigan Gov. Rick “Tainted Tapwater” Snyder, has been postponed, likely due to the fact that everybody wants to punch Rick Snyder. Michigan Radio

B. A one-year-old orangutan baby predicted that the Carolina Panthers will emerge victorious in Sunday’s Super Bowl L by kissing a Panther’s helmet and snubbing a Bronco’s helmet. Do we really even need to hold the game now? Yahoo!

C. In what can only be the most awesome move ever by a wronged spouse, a woman crashed her own funeral, confronting her husband who had ordered her murder. Chron

D. Proving that it’s never too late — whatever “it” is — an 82-year-old adoptee tracked down and reunited with her 96-year-old birth mother. Awwwww. WJTV

E. Vivia Chen opines on the following question: Should there be a minimum LSAT score to go to law school? The American Lawyer

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The LSAT and Super Bowl Sunday

Here at Blueprint we accept as something of an inevitability the fact that you’re probably spending this Sunday drunk, covered head-to-toe in body paint, and bloated with guacamole. It’s Super Bowl Weekend; why shouldn’t you?

We’re not here to shout you back to your textbooks. Far from it! We actually think this is great preparation for law school. Look at the similarities: it’s a high-stakes test for future lawyers. The scene will be rife with loud mouths who refuse shut up, and you’re going to feel reasonably certain that half the people there are cheaters.

The similarities don’t stop at law school. In many ways, the Super Bowl and the LSAT are essentially the same (go with me here).