Who is Opey?

As you probably already know, my name is Opey. I’m not sure how I got that nickname, but it managed to stick and it suits me in a “I have no idea what it means” sort of way. I am a graduate of the University of Wisconsin who decided to “re-up” and go on for 3 years at the University of Wisconsin Law School. This blog will contain information and perspectives from my travels through law school, as well as my other passions: The Milwaukee Brewers, The Green Bay Packers and having strong opinions regarding just about anything and everything in life (specifically those stories close to home here in Madison/Wisconsin). So, sit back, relax and enjoy the blog.

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Responses

  1. Opey, I’m sorry to hear that you did not receive satisfactory service when you contacted Charter. If I can be of any assistance, please feel free to call on me at brynn.palmer@chartercom.com.

  2. Thanks Brynn. I will make sure to shoot you an email the next time I have an issue. It’s good to know there are good people out there in the corporate jungle who are willing to help out.

  3. The word “oratory” in your blog’s title does not make sense. There is nothing oral about a web log because you are not speaking:

    or·a·to·ry 1 (ôr’ə-tôr’ē, -tōr’ē, ŏr’-) n.

    1. The art of public speaking.
    2. Eloquence or skill in making speeches to the public.
    3. Public speaking marked by the use of overblown rhetoric.

    The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition

    Get it straight, future “lawyer.” This type of inconsistency will not be acceptable in about one month.

  4. I would consider a blog a form of public speech. It may be taking a bit of license with the word, but I would believe that expressing my thoughts in a public medium, occasionally with overblown rhetoric, would be a form of oratory. But, I can agree to disagree.


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