Worse, now I’m only in the second set of lectures and they are a MESS. The outlines say one thing (., a buyer can only reject an installment under UCC if it is substantially impaired), and the accompanying lecture says *exactly the opposite*! There are typos and errors throughout the outlines. At first I thought it just looked unprofessional, but now I worry that the information contained within is wrong as well. So there are more hours lost as I try to search the entire outline and repeat and recheck the lecture and email and call BarMax (no response yet). I’m so thoroughly unimpressed, but having already sunk one week and $750 into this program, I’m stuck.
Back to the car, with just enough time to really dive into the possibilities of becoming a realtor. We come back after an hour and the power is still out. More than just affecting the bar exam, this ruins pretty much every aspect of life for everyone there. People are, of course, still having to go to the bathroom, which presents you with two great options: (1) leave the door open and hope for a little sunlight to guide you, (2) close the door and use your phone’s flashlight (this was day one, so many people may have left their phones in their rooms). This raises a question that fascinates me to this day: how do blind people know when they’re done wiping?