We got grades back in Property yesterday. Go here for the spread.
Sometimes, you feel like the Cleveland Spiders. In the single worst season ever played (modern era or pre), the 1899 Cleveland Spiders played a 20-134 season. Cleveland didn't even want to see them (they only played 42 of their 154 games at home). They set a record that will probably never be touched: 101 losses on the road in one season.
But sometimes you feel like the 1916 New York Giants*, who pulled off a nigh-unimaginable 26-game winning streak in September to pull themselves from fourth place to first, taking the pennant. I wish I felt like the Giants.
What am I saying? I'm saying that law school, if nothing else, teaches you how to lose.
* This is a reference to the classic baseball team better known now as the San Francisco Giants, not the football team.