If three ridiculous examples make a trend, we're one away from fighting on Facebook reaching official "it" status.
Last week's Thursday Styles section of The New York Times informed us that couples are bringing their fights to Facebook. And today comes a Facebook fight that Mercer Law, down in genteel Macon, Georgia, probably prefers would have remained off-line.
Above The Law has a full take on But I Did Everything Right's story, but here's the quick take:
Mercer 3L Charlie Grimsley (pictured here on a field trip to visit Nancy Grace) posted this status update on Facebook: A decline in rank, plummeting bar passage rates, and alumni giving upon the school, this sounds eerily familiar.
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