First impressions

If you read a story about a woman who has moved all of her possessions to the inside of a lava tube in Hawaii, and appears to have gone quite far in decorating her home, and your first reaction is to think, "She'd be a fairly sympathetic adverse possession claimant," you're probably a first year law student. If your reaction included, "Too bad she a) wasn't continuously in possession for the statutory period and b) can't adversely possess the government anyway," you remember about as much property as I do. If you knew, without checking your casebook,whether or not Hawaii in particular has modified their adverse possession rules to allow possession against the government or otherwise, I'm afraid of you.

Hat tip: Apostropher.