UCI Gets a law School, B-1 Bob is back, and it’s now OC in the AJI

While surfing the Intertubes this afternoon, I came across the following stories: UCI is granted approval for a law school, Bob Dornan to run for President, and AJI launches their English only news channel.

The law school down at UCI is of major interest to me as it puts another law school in Orange County, and this one is not a private Chapman, Whittier, or Western State: It’s Public. The new law school at UCI already has 23 million dollars in private donations that can finance the birth of the law school and build the new facilities and law library. UCI always had a law school as part of the initial development plan when the school opened in 1960, but has never been able to get their plans off the drawing board and into reality. In 1989 the plan was rejected as the state was in a recession at the time. UC Riverside also wanted a law school, but they have since decided to opt for a medical school instead and will propose a new law school at a later date. UCI will no doubt have to dot their “i’s” and cross their “t’s” as the oversight on the creation of the Law School will be increased due to problems in the schools transplant program. The first students will be accepted in the fall of 2009.

B-1 Bob has decided to try again for public office. No he is not going to run for Loretta’s seat, he is going Kamikaze and is going to run for President. “Crash and Burn” Bob will no doubt get rubbed out with the likes of Rudy Guliani, Mitt Romney, and John McCain also running for the Republican nomination. So as Bob embarks on his “March to Loserdom” make sure you have both hands on the ejection handle and be ready to eject when he starts to go south.

Al Jazeera launched their new English language programming yesterday and one of the OC’s very own is part of the launch. Former writer of OC in the OC on SqueezeOC left Freedom Communications and took up employment with Al Jazeera. Omar discussed his move from the OC to Qatar (home of Al Jazeera) on OC in the OC before he left.

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