me: but otherwise ideally I want a clean version back
Elise: Sounds good
me: i'm guessing you'll get this back to me at about midnight-1a
don't feel as though you're in faster time pressure than that
bc if you do faster than that i'll be shocked
Elise: Let's hope so for my sanity
go to it
Elise: Might be later. Who knows
me: i'll be waiting when it's done
Sent at 8:25 PM on Saturday
me: I'm assuming something is tits-up
or you wouldn't be back on so soon
Elise: oh no.
opened my ipad
me: oh good
I was about to go shower
only reliably accessible by cell phone now
Sent at 8:37 PM on Saturday
Elise: just texted you.
Sent at 9:39 PM on Saturday
me: so where were we
i'm technically on footnote 94
but had to skip 15-20
me: were those mostly in 30-50?
me: the paragraph starting with this:
The twentieth century’s start shook several of the assumptions underlying the common-law requirements to recover for fraud.
Elise: 30, 31
me: was largely borrowed from Wright & Butler
just written better
Elise: then 33-35; 37-41
me: the next paragraph was ripped from my brain and requires you borrow some basic transaction-cost economics
37 was a footnote from one of the cites you sent me
(of which i know two are given, but i started skipping the section as i got stressed out)
me: I hear you
me: so basically there's like 20 of those that aren't done
Elise: and 55 (which i know i have just haven't done)
and then everything from 94 on that need to be done
me: bc your c...
... middle of paper ...
...taking some creativity
Sent at 12:44 AM on Sunday
me: you can steal some
Elise: i am stealing some
me: I want someone reading the paper as a whole to not conclude it was stolen
oh good, you already extracted those rents.
me: I like you.
Elise: and still as we're going through the cpa evolution cites
do you know how hard it was
to re-state 10,000+ words
me: like pulling teeth
what's our word # anyway?
Elise: because there are somethings where i was like "i've read that nearly verbatim before.."
Elise: and then i'd cite to butler/wright and then to the cite they cited
me: I almost want to sign up for like
and submit those 3 papers
me: just to see if it trips anything
Sent at 12:49 AM on Sunday
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