Yesterday's practice MBE was held where many people will be taking the actual MBE later this month. As I was leaving I happened to notice how incredibly close it was to the venue where Huey Lewis and the News (and Chicago) will be playing that night. So as a public service, I decided to post a warning for the band and attending fans:
The second night of the shows in Boston coincides with the first day of the Massachusetts bar exam, which will be administered about a block away from the venue. So if you arrive at the show early, do not be alarmed by the thousands of dazed, pale people who may be wandering around. If you do not provoke them, they will not hurt you. So do not poke them with sticks (battery!), or shout at them (intentional infliction of emotional distress! er, maybe...), or run them over with your car (negligence!). Just let them be, and soon they will scurry away into the shadows to prepare for the next day's testing without inflicting upon you the Article 2 distinctions of contract formation, the different types of future property interests, or each of the elements behind the various common law property crimes. Trust me on this, you wouldn't like it one bit if they did. (For instance, ever wonder why we have the expression "dying of boredom"? If you don't take these precautions, you might find out.)
Just trying to be helpful.