How times have changed! The religious and cultural mores of my youth, admittedly more than a few decades age, has been altered almost completely to nonexistent in today's world.
A Georgetown law student, Sandra Fluke, explicitly expressed the mindset of today's moral standard for her age group on national television.
She stated that the faces of her fellow students express emotional and mental stress because of the refusal of the university to allow free distribution of $3,000 a years' worth of birth control. Huh !
My Irish Catholic mother would have had a seizure on hearing that! The standard of today's morality has dwindled to nothing. Surely, no intension of implying abstinence from sex of previous generations, but to publically broadcast the fact and ask for funding, is beyond my belief.
The cost of $3,000 a year, if calculated for a rate of frequency based on unit cost, doesn't allow much time for study. I may have a misconception about the difficulties of law school.