I started outlining Administrative Law, and ended up with a few questions. I emailed the professor to see when his office hours where. He said, “Oh come any time. I’m here all of the time.” I go see him after class, and he is blaring music through his Ipod and playing a game on the computer. I knock loudly, several times. He finally jumps when he hears me.
(He is from Israel, so you have to imagine this conversation with an accent).
Professor: “Oh, Googie. I have so much to do. I have this paper to get out and I have to write this test.”
Me: “That’s fine. I really just wanted to know what test we should use to decide if something is an interpretative rule?”
Prof: “Interpretative rules? Oh. I can barely remember that. Hey, have a seat. Did you see that Apple is having a sale? Not that I need another Ipod.”
Ok. Experiment with taking Administrative Law seriously is over.