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Skeet skeet!

lil-john.jpgDustin and I have talked before about the shows we were in back in our law school days — thank the lord YouTube weren’t around back then. Anyways, for part of a terrible skit in one of our shows, myself and three others wrote a “rap” about joint and several liability. Off of the album Unreasonable Diggity, it went something like this:

Once upon a time, there was a harm.
But it wasn’t me.
Oh wait, it was me. But it was you too — fitty percent!
Oh shit, I think I screwed that one up.
Is that the one with the joint and several shit?

Sadly, that was the highlight of that skit. I’m not even kidding — skit was awwwwwful.

Anyway, as a result of this, I’m not at all surprised by a rap about the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Doesn’t make the rap better, mind you. I’m just saying.

(And a hat tip to Above the Law on this, not just for finding the video, but for their excellent post title:
To The Window; To The Wall; Till The Sweat Drips Down My Boalt?)

| Comments (3)


That was awesome. Granted, I am easily impressed, but that was awesome. Fuck Contracts, Fuck Torts. Westsideeeeeee.

Argh! What song is that they're rapping over??

your rap doesnt sound TOO bad. we wrote a "rap" to get low, entitled "Civ Pro" sadly it never made the cut in the Mock Trial Show.

heres a Tort Law vid from Queens Law. http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=tort+law+back