July 24, 2006

Two lawprofs, vlogging.

You might call this The Ann & Tonya Vlog. It's me and Tonya Brito, starting off talking about that "eye for an eye" op-ed discussed in the previous post. It's a little over 4 minutes. Don't miss the lawprof catfight.



(Here's the audiobook I talked about.)

20 comments:

Ann Althouse said...

It might take a minute or so to become available. Patience!

nina said...

I had no problems with the previous ones, but this one just refuses to load. Is it a reaction to the brutal content?

Ann Althouse said...

Oh, it screwed up and uploaded the unedited one and I had to delete it and redo. It will take another few minutes. Sorry. It'll work soon. I think a lot of YouTubers upload on Mondays.

Maxine Weiss said...

Lucy & Ethel
Laverne & Shirley
Thelma & Louise

Inez & Yolanda?

Peace, Maxine

CCMCornell said...

Silly girls ;)

John said...

I never realized how much you 'talk' with your hands. I guess after a month of watching Bob Roll on the OLN broadcast of the Tour de France, it's noticeable on every one. (wish I could find an example for you if you never saw him)

SteveR said...

Yeah the hand thing. I think this was shot far enough away to see them. You should do that more often.

Anyway your shove reminded me of the old game kids play. Who can hit the softest? The dupe taps the antogonist who then slugs him back and says "oops I lose"

Tonya said...

I've watched this clip a few times now and I'm convinced that I come across like a crazy person.

And, btw, who are Inez & Yolanda?

Wurly said...

On the eye-for-an-eye discussion -

Perhaps it is not a psychological phenonomenon, but a physical one, i.e., when someone touches you, you "feel" it more than if you touch someone else. So when you try to return the same pressure, you feel it less and press harder. From my own experience this rings true. It has nothing to do with misremembering who started the process, and bears no relstionship to a collective historical memory.

I'd put this work in the same category as the testosterone-hot sauce experiment--an attempt to imbue a simple, possibly flawed bio-physical experiment with some deep historical-psychological insight.

Ann Althouse said...

Wurly: That's part of what Gilbert says in the op-ed linked in the previous post.

About talking with the hands. In the unedited version we talk about using more hands to create more action.

Tonya: You must be implying that I seem crazy too!

Everyone else: You should see all the stuff we edited out. If you want crazy...

Meade said...

John said...
I never realized how much you 'talk' with your hands. I guess after a month of watching Bob Roll on the OLN broadcast of the Tour de France, it's noticeable on every one. (wish I could find an example for you if you never saw him)

might take awhile to load

AJD said...

Please, please tell me this is a parody.

It MUST be a parody.

Right?

CCMCornell said...

Please, please tell me this is a parody.

It MUST be a parody.

Right?


A parody of what?

I want to see the outtakes. :D

I knew Ann was going to hit harder.

Tonya, I don't think you came across as crazy. The only odd thing was when it seemed you got a little excited when Ann revealed she was listening to the audio version of the book and your voice shot up a couple of octaves to a squeal.

More vlogs from the dynamic duo before the fall session has you too busy!

DNR Mom said...

Hilarious. Loved it. But I fear you two fun-loving cut-ups gave away our big Wisconsin secret: everyone will now understand why UW can allow Kevin Barrett to teach.

Ann Althouse said...

AJD is such a sour old set of initials.

Mary said...
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Ann Althouse said...

Mary, desist now or I will post your full name.

Internet Ronin said...

Tonya: You didn't come across to me as crazy at all - reasonably dignified in fact, in comparison to someone who shall remain nameless even if this is her blog. :-)

Internet Ronin said...

Are you going to invite Nina to do a vlog? As a constant lurker at The Other Side of the Ocean, I'd love to see that and hear her voice.

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