(Outside of the University of Florida's Levin College of Law)
Duncan: So, why did you decide to attend law school here?
Warren: For the apparel.
Duncan: Excuse me?
Warren: My alma mater, the University of Montana, has awful licensed merchandise. I just want a shirt that says Montana or has our schools crest or mascot by itself, instead of these new-age, hippy designs. If I knew the clothing was so bad, I would have gone somewhere else.
Duncan: Essentially then, you chose a law school based on fashion?
Warren: I’m tied to this school for the rest of my life. I had to be comfortable with its colors and symbols.
Duncan: Do you root for a sports team because you like their uniforms?
Warren: Of Course. The Gator kicks ass by the way and is versatile. Gainesville is a progressive town; we should lobby the University for a line of “Gaytor” Football Shirts. The Law School just uses a drunken frat Gator for its events, when it should really have a “Gaytor Law Students for Lawrence” campaign.
Duncan: Gay pride is rampant here; those two guys who look like twins always make out at the ACLU events.
Warren: As Vice President, I admit that no one ever attends our functions.
Duncan: Some impact that you’re making on the world.