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Darin Sorrell

I am a lifelong resident of Missouri, and a graduate of Windsor High School,
which is located in Imperial, Jefferson County.

member, St. Mark's Lutheran Church

In 1997, I graduated cum laude from Maryville University in St. Louis, with 
a B.A. in Political Science.  In 2004, I discovered that I was a member of the 
Maryville University Academic Hall of Fame

In May 2000, I earned my J.D. from St. Louis Univ. Law School.  
On July 25th & 26th, I took the Missouri Bar Exam, and passed with flying colors.
The best part about it was when the power went out DURING
the exam and stayed out for 45 minutes.  The Illinois Bar Exam, which I took and passed in 2002, was not nearly as fun.

Some of my more notable cases


I am also an Eagle Scout, the highest rank in the Boy Scouts of America.

Jay was a Jay-raffe for Halloween 2004.  

Jay and Willy are big Cardinals fans.

On March 19th, Jay watched his 1st spring training game with Daddy. The Cardinals beat the Dodgers, 6-2.
	
Jay's YouTube video.

In August 1996, I went to the University of San Diego for a conference
and met Sam Donaldson
Ron Paul for President. I support the Moog Center for Deaf Education. Hearing a deaf child talk is incredible.

While at Maryville, nearly everyone would try to stump me on the Kevin Bacon game; but it was very rare that anyone could. I officially retired from playing said game after discovering this site, which is the only entity that I know of that is better than I--even though it is a computer. I had to rely on memory.... Que Sera, Sera. I agree with Mr. Wint from Diamonds Are Forever: "One is never too old to learn from a master."

Of course, bear in mind that I can be linked to Kevin Bacon in 5 steps:


To check out some of my favorite movies, Click Here, which includes links to their respective sites at the Internet Movie DataBase
Check out the Web page of one of my U.S. Senators, Mr. Bond, "Kit" Bond (no relation to 007). Take a look at just how big the U.S. National Debt is. Read the Gettysburg Address. Take the WORLD'S SMALLEST POLITICAL QUIZ and see if you're a Libertarian like me. Those who know me (and my clean-cut image) may be shocked to find that I favor the legalization of Marijuana (and most other drugs) for all purposes, even though I would not use them if they were legal. I only want to legalize them to free up a whole bunch of prison cells, and use those cells to house real criminals--those who deprive others of life, liberty or property. Prohibition is a trigger of crime (See, e.g., how re-legalization of alcohol cut down on Al Capone's influence and the crime rate in general). It is a waste of resources (cops' time and money, as well as prison cells) to interfere with someone's peaceful pursuit of happiness. Just to clarify, I am NOT advocating the use of drugs that are currently illegal, I am simply asking people to rethink the supposed "logic" behind the criminalization of said toxins, much like the beer industry likely did during the reign of terror following the 18th Amendment (1919-1933).
Note to my friends: If you have a homepage, let me know, so I can include a link to your page. Thom Sorrell's page gratuitous link to The Simpsons You are visitor number . Thanks for coming. Last updated July 1, 2008.

My URL: http://come.to/example

V3-URL
I got it for free at http://come.to

Links to other sites on the Web

007 007 007 007 007 007
National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML)
St. Louis Cardinals (MLB)
St. Louis Rams (NFL)
The Dialectizer, converts anything to Redneck, etc.
International Lyrics Server
Internet Movie Database
The bio that I wrote for Desmond Llewelyn (Q of the James Bond Series)
legal research page

 Quotes:

"Whatever you do, do it with all your heart and all your mind"
--Colossians 3:23a, NIV

"Do. Or do not.  There is no try," quoth Yoda 
in The Empire Strikes Back

"What does it matter to ya?
WHEN YOU GOT A JOB TO DO, YOU GOTTA DO IT WELL."
Paul McCartney and Wings--"Live and Let Die," 1973.

"If you really want something in life, you'll have to work 
for it."
--Homer Simpson.


Please report any and all errors to 
darinsorrell(at)hotmail.com

� 1995-2005 Darin Sorrell

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Recommended books: Atlas Shrugged The Fountainhead Selected Essays in Political Economy The Calculus of Consent Free to Choose Capitalism and Freedom


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