Thursday, October 18, 2007

What's Your "Guilty Pleasure"?

The Chronicle of Higher Education recently carried a piece in which "several scholars shared their secret (or not so secret) guilty pleasures -- their passions outside the classroom." Chicago Law Prof Cass Sunstein responded that his guilty pleasure is the Lost TV show.

Following the lead of other Law Prof Blogs, I rounded up a list of "guilty pleasures" from various Tax Profs. The list -- reading Shakespeare, gardening, playing the accordion, etc. -- proves once again that the professoriate is filled with a bunch of Wild and Crazy Guys (and Gals):

1 Comments:

Blogger Jeff Harrison said...

What you have asked is like a game played among intellectuals in a Martin Amis book. Name the piece of literature that it would be most shocking for others to know you had not read. To win the game you must "out" yourself by revealing you are not all that intellectual. Not many are willing to play to win. When someone lists "Dancing with the Stars" I'll think they are out to win.

10/18/2007 10:46 AM  

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