Law School Discussion

Deciding Where to Go => Choosing the Right Law School => Topic started by: rvill7 on April 25, 2008, 03:41:13 PM

Title: How old will you be...
Post by: rvill7 on April 25, 2008, 03:41:13 PM
...when you finish law school?

I'm taking about 2 years off, if all goes as planned I will be 27...kind of curious about the others here...
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Special Agent Dana Scully on April 25, 2008, 03:46:39 PM
25 (and i took a year off of school).
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Post by: TRad on April 25, 2008, 03:48:00 PM
42!!! ;D

And just gettin' better and more fearless with every year..............
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Post by: greenie on April 25, 2008, 03:52:42 PM
I'll be 26, and I took two years off, so I'm in good shape.
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Post by: EarlCat on April 25, 2008, 03:52:58 PM
33
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Post by: vjm on April 25, 2008, 04:02:24 PM
40
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Post by: botbot on April 25, 2008, 04:02:40 PM
24
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Post by: Billy Mays here FOREVER! on April 25, 2008, 04:14:02 PM
25
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Post by: Jolie Was Here on April 25, 2008, 04:15:50 PM
32. 
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Post by: El_Che on April 25, 2008, 04:23:07 PM
28....by 1 week :)
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Post by: resipsaloquitur on April 25, 2008, 04:29:24 PM
30
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Post by: CoupDeGlace on April 25, 2008, 04:30:03 PM
24
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Post by: sherah on April 25, 2008, 04:31:51 PM
25.  Took a year off as well.
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Post by: skeeball on April 25, 2008, 04:35:10 PM
About to turn 29.
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Post by: ..................................1 on April 25, 2008, 06:00:32 PM
26
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Post by: Speedzie on April 25, 2008, 06:12:21 PM
28 or 29, depending on the week of graduation
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Post by: fsohn on April 25, 2008, 06:15:00 PM
Assuming the law school convocation at Cornell is always in the second week of May, I'll be just shy of my 25th birthday.
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Post by: mbw on April 25, 2008, 06:17:32 PM
A spry 47.
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Post by: UFBoldAsLove on April 25, 2008, 07:08:55 PM
23! Youngest so far.
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Post by: greenie on April 25, 2008, 07:10:49 PM
23! Youngest so far.

jeez baby lawyer. lol
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Post by: Ender Wiggin on April 25, 2008, 07:17:26 PM
40 (Half-way to retirement--lawyers never retire before 80!)
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Post by: vjm on April 25, 2008, 07:22:45 PM
Huzzah for the 40+ Club!
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Post by: gatornation on April 25, 2008, 07:36:12 PM
25 without taking a year off.. I've never been more ashamed.
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Post by: Martin Prince, Jr. on April 25, 2008, 07:41:45 PM
30

Me too!
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Post by: AmericanGunner on April 25, 2008, 07:43:32 PM
I'll be 28. I worked for nearly three years between UG and now.
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Post by: gpbne on April 25, 2008, 07:46:58 PM
26, with one year of grad school in between.
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Post by: leigha926 on April 25, 2008, 07:49:12 PM
23! Youngest so far.

Me too  :)
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Post by: greenie on April 25, 2008, 07:53:38 PM
All of you are awesome for going to law school.

My cousin-in-law is 30 and he still lives at home with his parents, and he works part-time at a radio station.  He only has his associates degree right now after studying for four years (not sure how this worked out?).  Oh and he's also a part-time Miami party boy.

So give yourselves all a pat on the back!
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: econtutorNV on April 25, 2008, 10:16:38 PM
29
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: JeNeSaisLaw on April 25, 2008, 10:16:53 PM
Woh, PC is older than I thought. I'll be 25.5.
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Post by: JeNeSaisLaw on April 25, 2008, 10:29:46 PM
Edit: Woh, PC is aging wonderfully!

Edit 2: Woh, PC is so distinguished!

Edit 3: Woh, PC, total MILF.

Edit 4: I was under the impression that PC was just a year out of undergrad thus 22 or 23.
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Post by: JeNeSaisLaw on April 25, 2008, 10:35:17 PM
I don't think so, but what do I know? I redacted for a reason.
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Post by: JeNeSaisLaw on April 25, 2008, 10:40:35 PM
Hey hey, I'm trying to keep tm on my good side.
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Post by: mbw on April 25, 2008, 10:53:17 PM
Edit: Woh, PC is aging wonderfully!

Edit 2: Woh, PC is so distinguished!

Edit 3: Woh, PC, total MILF.

Edit 4: I was under the impression that PC was just a year out of undergrad thus 22 or 23.

LOL

-Two years out of UG.
-Ontario high schools used to be 5 years long (grades 9-12 and OAC, which was grade 13 and a requirement for university applications) because of how the provincial government subsidized secondary and post-secondary education.
-25th birthday is in two weeks.

Thus, old.


Ugh, I guess I am thus Triassic.

But really, just why is LSD so ageist?  I mean, for most of you, your senior year in college will be the last time you'll spend most of your waking hours with your age cohort.  Real life is actually different.  Hanging out with people twice your age is normal, not "omg, strange stalker people!!!!".  I think I'm more comfortable with most of you than you are with me, mostly because working in politics as I've been doing for years generally means hanging out with young people - geez, who else would work 80 hours a week for half a normal salary?  But to some of you, I'm the strange old lady taking a side trip through law school on the way to the cemetery.  I can't believe the number of times I've been asked, "why would you do this, at YOUR age?"  (Remember, I'm actually younger than Obama.)

But heading out into the real world means, well, hanging out with old people as much, if not more, than people exactly your age.  Frankly, there are a lot more people over the age of 30 then there are between 25 and 30.  Really. 
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: qt314 on April 25, 2008, 10:55:56 PM
lol, mbw, you make me smile.  :D

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Post by: mbw on April 25, 2008, 11:03:33 PM
lol, mbw, you make me smile.  :D

You're just humoring the Alzy old blue hair, aren't you?  ;)
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: JeNeSaisLaw on April 25, 2008, 11:05:55 PM
MBW, to be clear, as I'm the only one who has made a comment (that I recall) about somebody being old, I said "is older than I thought." Your tirade, if at all pointed at me, is grossly misplaced. If just general sentiments, then, uh, carry on from your perch.
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Post by: qt314 on April 25, 2008, 11:07:01 PM
lol, mbw, you make me smile.  :D

You're just humoring the Alzy old blue hair, aren't you?  ;)

 ??? who, me? are you asking me to look in my mirror?  :D
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: mbw on April 25, 2008, 11:13:30 PM
lol, mbw, you make me smile.  :D

You're just humoring the Alzy old blue hair, aren't you?  ;)

 ??? who, me? are you asking me to look in my mirror?  :D

What?  You're kidding me.  There's actually another dinosaur on LSD?  Can't actually be true.  Prove it.  ;)
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: JeNeSaisLaw on April 25, 2008, 11:18:45 PM
I'm just getting her back. I wanted to be a larger part of the baby's life, but she just felt I was a bad, blunt influence.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Matthew on April 25, 2008, 11:19:28 PM
Back to the topic, I'll be a couple weeks shy of 25.
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Post by: mbw on April 25, 2008, 11:23:40 PM
Uh, JNSL, really, I wasn't even responding to your comment.  Honestly, I kinda missed it.  My, uh, tirade (??) was more of a global commentary, since, well, I've been on the site for nine months, and, not just in this thread.

And PC, I would never ask you to take a bullet for me.  Unless, of course, I was holding the cure for cancer.  Or Heath Ledger's (RIP) genetic material (on the way to the cloning facility.)
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Matthew on April 25, 2008, 11:26:10 PM
Uh, JNSL, really, I wasn't even responding to your comment.  Honestly, I kinda missed it.  My, uh, tirade (??) was more of a global commentary, since, well, I've been on the site for nine months, and, not just in this thread.

And PC, I would never ask you to take a bullet for me.  Unless, of course, I was holding the cure for cancer.  Or Heath Ledger's (RIP) genetic material (on the way to the cloning facility.)

What if you had PC's genetic material?
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: JeNeSaisLaw on April 25, 2008, 11:30:47 PM
It's a him?! You need to dress him better. I'm sick of your pottery barn bull!

tm, if you thought I was at fault...maybe you should consider this clothing:

(http://www.potterybarnkids.com/pkimgs/rk/images/products/200816/0026/img27.jpg)

Does that look like a future Skadden partner to you?
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Matthew on April 25, 2008, 11:34:43 PM
I'm just getting her back. I wanted to be a larger part of the baby's life, but she just felt I was a bad, blunt influence.

I told you not to bring him into this!  that's it. I'm canceling your weekend together.
Uh, JNSL, really, I wasn't even responding to your comment.  Honestly, I kinda missed it.  My, uh, tirade (??) was more of a global commentary, since, well, I've been on the site for nine months, and, not just in this thread.

And PC, I would never ask you to take a bullet for me.  Unless, of course, I was holding the cure for cancer.  Or Heath Ledger's (RIP) genetic material (on the way to the cloning facility.)

What if you had PC's genetic material?

I'm still alive, so it's not as important?



Yeah, but if she's going to clone you anyways, your death wouldn't be quite as big of a loss.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: mbw on April 25, 2008, 11:35:41 PM
I'm just getting her back. I wanted to be a larger part of the baby's life, but she just felt I was a bad, blunt influence.

I told you not to bring him into this!  that's it. I'm canceling your weekend together.
Uh, JNSL, really, I wasn't even responding to your comment.  Honestly, I kinda missed it.  My, uh, tirade (??) was more of a global commentary, since, well, I've been on the site for nine months, and, not just in this thread.

And PC, I would never ask you to take a bullet for me.  Unless, of course, I was holding the cure for cancer.  Or Heath Ledger's (RIP) genetic material (on the way to the cloning facility.)

What if you had PC's genetic material?

I'm still alive, so it's not as important?

Well, since taking said bullet does not actually equate to lack of pulse, and, well, we all know poor Heath (RIP) is lacking said pulse, should we continue to pursuit where this line of reasoning could possibly end up?
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: JeNeSaisLaw on April 25, 2008, 11:35:48 PM
It's late and it's the first name that came to mind. Nada more.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: chunkylover53 on April 26, 2008, 12:14:37 AM
24 (w/ a year off inbetween UG & LS)
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Post by: MahlerGrooves on April 26, 2008, 12:31:14 AM
I'll be 27 when I finish - took 2 years after UG to do a master's.
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Post by: tdh on April 26, 2008, 05:23:52 AM
A very young 24 :)  Birthday in April (yesterday!!) 

Me too, in March hopefully Magna at HLS.
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Post by: OlderandWiser on April 26, 2008, 06:10:49 AM
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Post by: fbartela on April 26, 2008, 11:53:04 AM
23!
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Post by: Speedzie on April 26, 2008, 12:44:48 PM
Wow, some real youngins here!  Who graduates LS when they're 23?  Undergrad at 20?  Damn.
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Post by: TrumpWho?? on April 26, 2008, 12:55:43 PM
28
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Post by: duderancher on April 26, 2008, 01:11:53 PM
51.......I had an extended adolescence.
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Post by: leigha926 on April 26, 2008, 01:16:39 PM
Wow, some real youngins here!  Who graduates LS when they're 23?  Undergrad at 20?  Damn.


Sounds kind of cool on paper, but it's not really. I won't even be able to go to the bars when I get to school. That's really going to do wonders for my social life.  :-\
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Special Agent Dana Scully on April 26, 2008, 01:25:49 PM
Wow, some real youngins here!  Who graduates LS when they're 23?  Undergrad at 20?  Damn.


Sounds kind of cool on paper
, but it's not really. I won't even be able to go to the bars when I get to school. That's really going to do wonders for my social life.  :-\

yea it may sound good...but not really.  this is not the type of field where you can take off after school or have big gaps in your resume that can be explained away easily.

its like, i understand not wanting to take a break to do something stupid...but in the long run, it's better to break now than later.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: leigha926 on April 26, 2008, 01:28:30 PM
Wow, some real youngins here!  Who graduates LS when they're 23?  Undergrad at 20?  Damn.


Sounds kind of cool on paper
, but it's not really. I won't even be able to go to the bars when I get to school. That's really going to do wonders for my social life.  :-\

yea it may sound good...but not really.  this is not the type of field where you can take off after school or have big gaps in your resume that can be explained away easily.

its like, i understand not wanting to take a break to do something stupid...but in the long run, it's better to break now than later.


I really can't see myself taking a break. I'm mostly just worried about the age gap.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Speedzie on April 26, 2008, 02:10:09 PM
Wow, some real youngins here!  Who graduates LS when they're 23?  Undergrad at 20?  Damn.


Sounds kind of cool on paper
, but it's not really. I won't even be able to go to the bars when I get to school. That's really going to do wonders for my social life.  :-\

yea it may sound good...but not really.  this is not the type of field where you can take off after school or have big gaps in your resume that can be explained away easily.

its like, i understand not wanting to take a break to do something stupid...but in the long run, it's better to break now than later.


I really can't see myself taking a break. I'm mostly just worried about the age gap.

I think there are two sides to the age-gap coin.  On the one hand, younger students are more used to being in school, and I would think better able to hit the ground running academically.  Not to mention that you'll be much farther along in your career by the time you hit 30.

On the other hand, those of us with a few years under our belts are definitely more mature, and understand ourselves better.  I know I'm a totally different person than when I was 21.  Much less opinionated, and understanding of the need for balance in my life (which can mean pretty much anything, e.g., the need to balance friendships with honesty, and yada yada.)  Also, i would think, more sure of what I'm doing with my life and why I'm becoming a lawyer. 

No offense, but a 21 year old (out of college, rather than say the marine corps) is just a kid...  But I'm definitely afraid of you guys blowing the curve.
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Post by: Speedzie on April 26, 2008, 02:21:03 PM
And as for breaks "to do something stupid," I'm all for them.  I've spent the last two years pretty much hanging out and skiing, where the most serious thing I've done is take the lsat and apply to schools.  And I've gotta say, it was a fantastic decision.  I was in no way ready to play yuppie straight out of school, and the people I know who did are not very happy.  They're real uppity about how successful they are and how much money they make, but then all I had to do was apply to law school and they were instantly envious.  I honestly don't see how those guys gained more than I did in the same time, except for the suits and the bmws.  But i've got the rest of my life to drive old-guy cars and wear suits. 

Your 20s is the time to find yourself, and I'm fairly certain there's no time for that in law school.
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Post by: leigha926 on April 26, 2008, 02:22:13 PM
Wow, some real youngins here!  Who graduates LS when they're 23?  Undergrad at 20?  Damn.


Sounds kind of cool on paper
, but it's not really. I won't even be able to go to the bars when I get to school. That's really going to do wonders for my social life.  :-\

yea it may sound good...but not really.  this is not the type of field where you can take off after school or have big gaps in your resume that can be explained away easily.

its like, i understand not wanting to take a break to do something stupid...but in the long run, it's better to break now than later.


I really can't see myself taking a break. I'm mostly just worried about the age gap.

I think there are two sides to the age-gap coin.  On the one hand, younger students are more used to being in school, and I would think better able to hit the ground running academically.  Not to mention that you'll be much farther along in your career by the time you hit 30.

On the other hand, those of us with a few years under our belts are definitely more mature, and understand ourselves better.  I know I'm a totally different person than when I was 21.  Much less opinionated, and understanding of the need for balance in my life (which can mean pretty much anything, e.g., the need to balance friendships with honesty, and yada yada.)  Also, i would think, more sure of what I'm doing with my life and why I'm becoming a lawyer. 

No offense, but a 21 year old (out of college, rather than say the marine corps) is just a kid...  But I'm definitely afraid of you guys blowing the curve.

I agree with you on a broad level. I think in general there is a very big difference between those just out of undergrad and those with a few years (or more) of work and life experience under their belt. Individually, though, I grew up under some very extraordinary circumstances and consequently do not really have the same outlook on life as most of my peers. I tend to identify more with people older than myself. That being said, I am a little worried about making friends and having a social life because I'm so young. Academically, though, I do think that being fresh out of undergrad will help keep me in a school-focused mindset.
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Post by: Special Agent Dana Scully on April 26, 2008, 02:24:36 PM
Wow, some real youngins here!  Who graduates LS when they're 23?  Undergrad at 20?  Damn.


Sounds kind of cool on paper
, but it's not really. I won't even be able to go to the bars when I get to school. That's really going to do wonders for my social life.  :-\

yea it may sound good...but not really.  this is not the type of field where you can take off after school or have big gaps in your resume that can be explained away easily.

its like, i understand not wanting to take a break to do something stupid...but in the long run, it's better to break now than later.


I really can't see myself taking a break. I'm mostly just worried about the age gap.

I think there are two sides to the age-gap coin.  On the one hand, younger students are more used to being in school, and I would think better able to hit the ground running academically.  Not to mention that you'll be much farther along in your career by the time you hit 30.

On the other hand, those of us with a few years under our belts are definitely more mature, and understand ourselves better.  I know I'm a totally different person than when I was 21.  Much less opinionated, and understanding of the need for balance in my life (which can mean pretty much anything, e.g., the need to balance friendships with honesty, and yada yada.)  Also, i would think, more sure of what I'm doing with my life and why I'm becoming a lawyer. 

No offense, but a 21 year old (out of college, rather than say the marine corps) is just a kid...  But I'm definitely afraid of you guys blowing the curve.

I agree with you on a broad level. I think in general there is a very big difference between those just out of undergrad and those with a few years (or more) of work and life experience under their belt. Individually, though, I grew up under some very extraordinary circumstances and consequently do not really have the same outlook on life as most of my peers. I tend to identify more with people older than myself. That being said, I am a little worried about making friends and having a social life because I'm so young. Academically, though, I do think that being fresh out of undergrad will help keep me in a school-focused mindset.

everyone will assume you are 22 unless you tell them otherwise.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: leigha926 on April 26, 2008, 02:26:20 PM
Wow, some real youngins here!  Who graduates LS when they're 23?  Undergrad at 20?  Damn.


Sounds kind of cool on paper
, but it's not really. I won't even be able to go to the bars when I get to school. That's really going to do wonders for my social life.  :-\

yea it may sound good...but not really.  this is not the type of field where you can take off after school or have big gaps in your resume that can be explained away easily.

its like, i understand not wanting to take a break to do something stupid...but in the long run, it's better to break now than later.


I really can't see myself taking a break. I'm mostly just worried about the age gap.

I think there are two sides to the age-gap coin.  On the one hand, younger students are more used to being in school, and I would think better able to hit the ground running academically.  Not to mention that you'll be much farther along in your career by the time you hit 30.

On the other hand, those of us with a few years under our belts are definitely more mature, and understand ourselves better.  I know I'm a totally different person than when I was 21.  Much less opinionated, and understanding of the need for balance in my life (which can mean pretty much anything, e.g., the need to balance friendships with honesty, and yada yada.)  Also, i would think, more sure of what I'm doing with my life and why I'm becoming a lawyer. 

No offense, but a 21 year old (out of college, rather than say the marine corps) is just a kid...  But I'm definitely afraid of you guys blowing the curve.

I agree with you on a broad level. I think in general there is a very big difference between those just out of undergrad and those with a few years (or more) of work and life experience under their belt. Individually, though, I grew up under some very extraordinary circumstances and consequently do not really have the same outlook on life as most of my peers. I tend to identify more with people older than myself. That being said, I am a little worried about making friends and having a social life because I'm so young. Academically, though, I do think that being fresh out of undergrad will help keep me in a school-focused mindset.

everyone will assume you are 22 unless you tell them otherwise.

Yeah, but there's the whole I can't get into bars factor.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Special Agent Dana Scully on April 26, 2008, 02:27:27 PM
Wow, some real youngins here!  Who graduates LS when they're 23?  Undergrad at 20?  Damn.


Sounds kind of cool on paper
, but it's not really. I won't even be able to go to the bars when I get to school. That's really going to do wonders for my social life.  :-\

yea it may sound good...but not really.  this is not the type of field where you can take off after school or have big gaps in your resume that can be explained away easily.

its like, i understand not wanting to take a break to do something stupid...but in the long run, it's better to break now than later.


I really can't see myself taking a break. I'm mostly just worried about the age gap.

I think there are two sides to the age-gap coin.  On the one hand, younger students are more used to being in school, and I would think better able to hit the ground running academically.  Not to mention that you'll be much farther along in your career by the time you hit 30.

On the other hand, those of us with a few years under our belts are definitely more mature, and understand ourselves better.  I know I'm a totally different person than when I was 21.  Much less opinionated, and understanding of the need for balance in my life (which can mean pretty much anything, e.g., the need to balance friendships with honesty, and yada yada.)  Also, i would think, more sure of what I'm doing with my life and why I'm becoming a lawyer. 

No offense, but a 21 year old (out of college, rather than say the marine corps) is just a kid...  But I'm definitely afraid of you guys blowing the curve.

I agree with you on a broad level. I think in general there is a very big difference between those just out of undergrad and those with a few years (or more) of work and life experience under their belt. Individually, though, I grew up under some very extraordinary circumstances and consequently do not really have the same outlook on life as most of my peers. I tend to identify more with people older than myself. That being said, I am a little worried about making friends and having a social life because I'm so young. Academically, though, I do think that being fresh out of undergrad will help keep me in a school-focused mindset.

everyone will assume you are 22 unless you tell them otherwise.

Yeah, but there's the whole I can't get into bars factor.

bars are overrated anyway.

fake id maybe?
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: leigha926 on April 26, 2008, 02:28:38 PM
Wow, some real youngins here!  Who graduates LS when they're 23?  Undergrad at 20?  Damn.


Sounds kind of cool on paper
, but it's not really. I won't even be able to go to the bars when I get to school. That's really going to do wonders for my social life.  :-\

yea it may sound good...but not really.  this is not the type of field where you can take off after school or have big gaps in your resume that can be explained away easily.

its like, i understand not wanting to take a break to do something stupid...but in the long run, it's better to break now than later.


I really can't see myself taking a break. I'm mostly just worried about the age gap.

I think there are two sides to the age-gap coin.  On the one hand, younger students are more used to being in school, and I would think better able to hit the ground running academically.  Not to mention that you'll be much farther along in your career by the time you hit 30.

On the other hand, those of us with a few years under our belts are definitely more mature, and understand ourselves better.  I know I'm a totally different person than when I was 21.  Much less opinionated, and understanding of the need for balance in my life (which can mean pretty much anything, e.g., the need to balance friendships with honesty, and yada yada.)  Also, i would think, more sure of what I'm doing with my life and why I'm becoming a lawyer. 

No offense, but a 21 year old (out of college, rather than say the marine corps) is just a kid...  But I'm definitely afraid of you guys blowing the curve.

I agree with you on a broad level. I think in general there is a very big difference between those just out of undergrad and those with a few years (or more) of work and life experience under their belt. Individually, though, I grew up under some very extraordinary circumstances and consequently do not really have the same outlook on life as most of my peers. I tend to identify more with people older than myself. That being said, I am a little worried about making friends and having a social life because I'm so young. Academically, though, I do think that being fresh out of undergrad will help keep me in a school-focused mindset.

everyone will assume you are 22 unless you tell them otherwise.

Yeah, but there's the whole I can't get into bars factor.

bars are overrated anyway.

fake id maybe?

Something to think about, I suppose. Or I guess I could just be patient and wait for 21.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Speedzie on April 26, 2008, 02:29:23 PM

Yeah, but there's the whole I can't get into bars factor.

Maybe.  I don't really get ID'd anymore, at 25, unless i go to those bars/clubs that are real big with the college crowd.  Goto ones with an older crowd, like i'm sure law students will go to, and I'd say its probly 50/50 at the worst.

Edit:  Especially if you're with a group thats clearly over 21...
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: TrumpWho?? on April 26, 2008, 02:30:33 PM
Wow, some real youngins here!  Who graduates LS when they're 23?  Undergrad at 20?  Damn.


Sounds kind of cool on paper
, but it's not really. I won't even be able to go to the bars when I get to school. That's really going to do wonders for my social life.  :-\

yea it may sound good...but not really.  this is not the type of field where you can take off after school or have big gaps in your resume that can be explained away easily.

its like, i understand not wanting to take a break to do something stupid...but in the long run, it's better to break now than later.


I really can't see myself taking a break. I'm mostly just worried about the age gap.

I think there are two sides to the age-gap coin.  On the one hand, younger students are more used to being in school, and I would think better able to hit the ground running academically.  Not to mention that you'll be much farther along in your career by the time you hit 30.

On the other hand, those of us with a few years under our belts are definitely more mature, and understand ourselves better.  I know I'm a totally different person than when I was 21.  Much less opinionated, and understanding of the need for balance in my life (which can mean pretty much anything, e.g., the need to balance friendships with honesty, and yada yada.)  Also, i would think, more sure of what I'm doing with my life and why I'm becoming a lawyer. 

No offense, but a 21 year old (out of college, rather than say the marine corps) is just a kid...  But I'm definitely afraid of you guys blowing the curve.

I agree with you on a broad level. I think in general there is a very big difference between those just out of undergrad and those with a few years (or more) of work and life experience under their belt. Individually, though, I grew up under some very extraordinary circumstances and consequently do not really have the same outlook on life as most of my peers. I tend to identify more with people older than myself. That being said, I am a little worried about making friends and having a social life because I'm so young. Academically, though, I do think that being fresh out of undergrad will help keep me in a school-focused mindset.

everyone will assume you are 22 unless you tell them otherwise.

Yeah, but there's the whole I can't get into bars factor.

bars are overrated anyway.

fake id maybe?

Something to think about, I suppose. Or I guess I could just be patient and wait for 21.

Sound like your going to be the permanent DD for 1L.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: leigha926 on April 26, 2008, 02:32:00 PM

Yeah, but there's the whole I can't get into bars factor.

Maybe.  I don't really get ID'd anymore, at 25, unless i go to those bars/clubs that are real big with the college crowd.  Goto ones with an older crowd, like i'm sure law students will go to, and I'd say its probly 50/50 at the worst.

Yeah, I guess it depends on where I go. I'm a very small female though and tend to look on the young side. I still get carded for R rated movies sometimes haha.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: leigha926 on April 26, 2008, 02:32:44 PM
Wow, some real youngins here!  Who graduates LS when they're 23?  Undergrad at 20?  Damn.


Sounds kind of cool on paper
, but it's not really. I won't even be able to go to the bars when I get to school. That's really going to do wonders for my social life.  :-\

yea it may sound good...but not really.  this is not the type of field where you can take off after school or have big gaps in your resume that can be explained away easily.

its like, i understand not wanting to take a break to do something stupid...but in the long run, it's better to break now than later.


I really can't see myself taking a break. I'm mostly just worried about the age gap.

I think there are two sides to the age-gap coin.  On the one hand, younger students are more used to being in school, and I would think better able to hit the ground running academically.  Not to mention that you'll be much farther along in your career by the time you hit 30.

On the other hand, those of us with a few years under our belts are definitely more mature, and understand ourselves better.  I know I'm a totally different person than when I was 21.  Much less opinionated, and understanding of the need for balance in my life (which can mean pretty much anything, e.g., the need to balance friendships with honesty, and yada yada.)  Also, i would think, more sure of what I'm doing with my life and why I'm becoming a lawyer. 

No offense, but a 21 year old (out of college, rather than say the marine corps) is just a kid...  But I'm definitely afraid of you guys blowing the curve.

I agree with you on a broad level. I think in general there is a very big difference between those just out of undergrad and those with a few years (or more) of work and life experience under their belt. Individually, though, I grew up under some very extraordinary circumstances and consequently do not really have the same outlook on life as most of my peers. I tend to identify more with people older than myself. That being said, I am a little worried about making friends and having a social life because I'm so young. Academically, though, I do think that being fresh out of undergrad will help keep me in a school-focused mindset.

everyone will assume you are 22 unless you tell them otherwise.

Yeah, but there's the whole I can't get into bars factor.

bars are overrated anyway.

fake id maybe?

Something to think about, I suppose. Or I guess I could just be patient and wait for 21.

Sound like your going to be the permanent DD for 1L.

Oh God.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: TrumpWho?? on April 26, 2008, 02:39:32 PM
Wow, some real youngins here!  Who graduates LS when they're 23?  Undergrad at 20?  Damn.


Sounds kind of cool on paper
, but it's not really. I won't even be able to go to the bars when I get to school. That's really going to do wonders for my social life.  :-\

yea it may sound good...but not really.  this is not the type of field where you can take off after school or have big gaps in your resume that can be explained away easily.

its like, i understand not wanting to take a break to do something stupid...but in the long run, it's better to break now than later.


I really can't see myself taking a break. I'm mostly just worried about the age gap.

I think there are two sides to the age-gap coin.  On the one hand, younger students are more used to being in school, and I would think better able to hit the ground running academically.  Not to mention that you'll be much farther along in your career by the time you hit 30.

On the other hand, those of us with a few years under our belts are definitely more mature, and understand ourselves better.  I know I'm a totally different person than when I was 21.  Much less opinionated, and understanding of the need for balance in my life (which can mean pretty much anything, e.g., the need to balance friendships with honesty, and yada yada.)  Also, i would think, more sure of what I'm doing with my life and why I'm becoming a lawyer. 

No offense, but a 21 year old (out of college, rather than say the marine corps) is just a kid...  But I'm definitely afraid of you guys blowing the curve.

I agree with you on a broad level. I think in general there is a very big difference between those just out of undergrad and those with a few years (or more) of work and life experience under their belt. Individually, though, I grew up under some very extraordinary circumstances and consequently do not really have the same outlook on life as most of my peers. I tend to identify more with people older than myself. That being said, I am a little worried about making friends and having a social life because I'm so young. Academically, though, I do think that being fresh out of undergrad will help keep me in a school-focused mindset.

everyone will assume you are 22 unless you tell them otherwise.

Yeah, but there's the whole I can't get into bars factor.

bars are overrated anyway.

fake id maybe?

Something to think about, I suppose. Or I guess I could just be patient and wait for 21.

Sound like your going to be the permanent DD for 1L.

Oh God.

Make sure that you have plenty of bags in your car just in case someone cant keep it down :)
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: leigha926 on April 26, 2008, 02:46:01 PM
Wow, some real youngins here!  Who graduates LS when they're 23?  Undergrad at 20?  Damn.


Sounds kind of cool on paper
, but it's not really. I won't even be able to go to the bars when I get to school. That's really going to do wonders for my social life.  :-\

yea it may sound good...but not really.  this is not the type of field where you can take off after school or have big gaps in your resume that can be explained away easily.

its like, i understand not wanting to take a break to do something stupid...but in the long run, it's better to break now than later.


I really can't see myself taking a break. I'm mostly just worried about the age gap.

I think there are two sides to the age-gap coin.  On the one hand, younger students are more used to being in school, and I would think better able to hit the ground running academically.  Not to mention that you'll be much farther along in your career by the time you hit 30.

On the other hand, those of us with a few years under our belts are definitely more mature, and understand ourselves better.  I know I'm a totally different person than when I was 21.  Much less opinionated, and understanding of the need for balance in my life (which can mean pretty much anything, e.g., the need to balance friendships with honesty, and yada yada.)  Also, i would think, more sure of what I'm doing with my life and why I'm becoming a lawyer. 

No offense, but a 21 year old (out of college, rather than say the marine corps) is just a kid...  But I'm definitely afraid of you guys blowing the curve.

I agree with you on a broad level. I think in general there is a very big difference between those just out of undergrad and those with a few years (or more) of work and life experience under their belt. Individually, though, I grew up under some very extraordinary circumstances and consequently do not really have the same outlook on life as most of my peers. I tend to identify more with people older than myself. That being said, I am a little worried about making friends and having a social life because I'm so young. Academically, though, I do think that being fresh out of undergrad will help keep me in a school-focused mindset.

everyone will assume you are 22 unless you tell them otherwise.

Yeah, but there's the whole I can't get into bars factor.

bars are overrated anyway.

fake id maybe?

Something to think about, I suppose. Or I guess I could just be patient and wait for 21.

Sound like your going to be the permanent DD for 1L.

Oh God.

Make sure that you have plenty of bags in your car just in case someone cant keep it down :)

Thanks for that  ::) haha. Wow, I kind of hijacked this thread. My apologies.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: greenie on April 26, 2008, 02:47:37 PM
bars are overrated anyway.

fake id maybe?

Hope you were joking.  Fake IDs would be very frowned upon by the bar if they found out.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Special Agent Dana Scully on April 26, 2008, 02:48:46 PM
bars are overrated anyway.

fake id maybe?

Hope you were joking.  Fake IDs would be very frowned upon by the bar if they found out.
::)

given that i've been given the talk about C&F for the bar, i know that they would be frowned upon.  hence, me joking.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: leigha926 on April 26, 2008, 02:50:48 PM
bars are overrated anyway.

fake id maybe?

Hope you were joking.  Fake IDs would be very frowned upon by the bar if they found out.
::)

given that i've been given the talk about C&F for the bar, i know that they would be frowned upon.  hence, me joking.

Obviously. 
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Speedzie on April 26, 2008, 03:00:50 PM
bars are overrated anyway.

fake id maybe?

Hope you were joking.  Fake IDs would be very frowned upon by the bar if they found out.

Is this a very lame pun?
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: imwithhappy on April 26, 2008, 09:24:38 PM
37 at graduation...
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Hannibal on April 26, 2008, 10:34:08 PM
I will be 33.  I didn't realize how old that sounds until I just typed it!
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Special Agent Dana Scully on April 26, 2008, 11:11:45 PM
I will be 33.  I didn't realize how old that sounds until I just typed it!

i should have figured you were older.  do any of the 22 year-olds even get the hannibal reference?

a-team right?
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Sergio on April 26, 2008, 11:14:54 PM
33 baby, but with the maturity of about 18
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: JeNeSaisLaw on April 27, 2008, 12:42:37 AM
I will be 33.  I didn't realize how old that sounds until I just typed it!

i should have figured you were older.  do any of the 22 year-olds even get the hannibal reference?

To me, Hannibal is the character played by Anthony Hopkins or the military commander.

Considering the fact that you're so old, you're probably referencing the commander... *rim shot*

But seriously, no idea otherwise.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Jolie Was Here on April 27, 2008, 09:55:24 AM
I will be 33.  I didn't realize how old that sounds until I just typed it!

   I'll be 32 or 33 as well.  It'll be strange to suddenly have my peers being so much younger than me

   That being said, I at 22 was completely unprepared for something like law school. I guess that's why I'm gonna be old when i graduate. :)

I've loved this part.  :D  I spent my 20s in a career field that's still dominated by Old White Men, so I was really sick of being treated like (and often mistaken for) someone's 16 yr-old daughter.  Hooray for being one of the old ladies of law school! 
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Texas on April 27, 2008, 11:01:20 AM
Well, I guess I take the cake. I will be 53 when I graduate from the University of Texas at Austin.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: RoughRider on April 27, 2008, 02:45:45 PM
A few days from turning 38.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: greenie on April 27, 2008, 02:46:23 PM
Theres a lot more non-trads here than I thought!
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: greenie on April 27, 2008, 02:51:46 PM
Theres a lot more non-trads here than I thought!

it's not like they're some kind of mutants or something.

Yes I know... I have nothing NOTHING against them.  I was simply stating there were more than I thought.  That is all.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: greenie on April 27, 2008, 02:53:55 PM
Theres a lot more non-trads here than I thought!

it's not like they're some kind of mutants or something.

Yes I know... I have nothing NOTHING against them.  I was simply stating there were more than I thought.  That is all.

you lie.  it's common knowledge that the young hate the old.

 ::)
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: AmericanGunner on April 27, 2008, 06:58:15 PM
A few days from turning 38.

I see you are an Arsenal fan... next year, right?
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: just some guy on April 27, 2008, 11:27:06 PM
I was 31.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Pop Up Video on April 28, 2008, 12:52:11 AM
26 or 27, depending on when I decide to start. That actually sounds old to me.  ::)
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: archival on April 28, 2008, 06:46:49 AM
A few days from turning 38.

2d

Theres a lot more non-trads here than I thought!

We are legion. 
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: difinity on April 28, 2008, 08:41:25 AM
27 ... grad work
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: MissNatalie on April 28, 2008, 08:51:25 AM
26, took a year off.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: ChiEsque on April 28, 2008, 09:06:08 AM
27, 2 years off after UG
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: DontQuestionMe on April 28, 2008, 09:57:10 AM
Yeah, but there's the whole I can't get into bars factor.

This will greatly increase your productivity.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: rvill7 on April 28, 2008, 10:06:57 AM
Very cool.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Team Awesome on April 28, 2008, 10:59:12 AM
I'll be 28 and 11/12. It was a happy day when I realized i'd be graduating before my 29th. No particular reason why.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: bella11 on April 28, 2008, 11:31:23 AM
30 or 31. Did grad school then worked for 3 yrs. Attending part-time, so may try to be done in 3 1/2 instead of 4
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: lalaallalala63 on April 28, 2008, 11:33:15 AM
I'll be 21 when I start :D

I graduated undergrad at 20 - what's wrong with that?
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Boyce Baylor on April 28, 2008, 11:35:22 AM
27
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Shellby117 on April 28, 2008, 12:38:58 PM
A week into 27. One year off after UG with 4 years for law school (going part-time)
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Waiting for Those Letters on April 28, 2008, 12:44:26 PM
24. I shouldn't have taken this year off...Ayyyyy
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Zoloft Nation on April 28, 2008, 01:12:01 PM
35

 :D
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: woeisme on April 28, 2008, 02:36:44 PM
27
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: I can has lauskul! on April 28, 2008, 05:09:30 PM
48
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: just ducky on April 28, 2008, 05:29:28 PM
28, about to turn 29 (my birthday is in August)
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: mbw on April 28, 2008, 08:06:06 PM
48
[/quote

Yay!  I'm not the oldest!  Close, though.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: kfmitche on April 28, 2008, 08:44:16 PM
24 and I graduated from UG Fall 2006.

Yesterday was my 21st birthday!

:)
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Sergio on April 29, 2008, 12:02:34 AM
Wow, you graduated college at 19?
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Talk Is Cheap on April 29, 2008, 01:37:18 AM
23, son!
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Gitmo Jones on April 29, 2008, 05:27:59 AM
25, but almost 26
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: maesepedro on April 29, 2008, 10:56:30 AM
more than likely bald...and 29.  (which feels ancient)
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Yossarian on April 29, 2008, 11:00:20 AM
more than likely bald...and 29.  (which feels ancient)

dont worry im 23 and already bald, 26 and still bald when i finish
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Team Awesome on April 29, 2008, 11:04:13 AM
more than likely bald...and 29.  (which feels ancient)

Don't lose hope guys. This worked wonders for a friend. http://www.propecia.com/finasteride/propecia/consumer/index.jsp (http://www.propecia.com/finasteride/propecia/consumer/index.jsp)

I do not work for Merck.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: maesepedro on April 29, 2008, 11:09:42 AM
thanks for the caveat...i'm more inclined to trust Ron Popeil's spray-on hair.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Boyce Baylor on April 29, 2008, 11:46:57 AM
27

this is false, i will be 26.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Blondie918 on April 29, 2008, 01:43:01 PM
27... oh boy that sounds old!
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: boilerguy84 on April 29, 2008, 04:26:13 PM
27...and i'm not happy about it.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: GodspeedMUFC on April 29, 2008, 04:45:24 PM
28 hopefully by then I will have gone bald or at least have gone gray.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: sd4shizy on April 29, 2008, 04:58:52 PM
28
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: qt314 on April 29, 2008, 05:02:31 PM
old
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: surget on April 29, 2008, 05:04:29 PM
Ill be 29

Graduated UG at 21... took two years off to work in advertising.... graduated with Masters at 24...took two year off to work in PR... now back to law school.. maybe ill take two years off to work as a lawyer and the go for my PHD... lol
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Sergio on April 29, 2008, 06:36:08 PM
Propecia has weird sexual side effects.  Rogaine is better.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Team Awesome on April 29, 2008, 07:29:17 PM
How weird are we talking here?
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: gatornation on April 29, 2008, 08:59:36 PM
Rogaine smells bad and makes your hair stick up, so the lack of sexual side effects isn't really relevant.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: boilerguy84 on April 30, 2008, 02:33:10 PM
Propecia has weird sexual side effects.  Rogaine is better.

those are supposed to be very rare.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Sergio on April 30, 2008, 05:52:48 PM
They're not that rare.  And Rogaine doesn't make your hair stick up.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: vjm on April 30, 2008, 07:41:04 PM
Weird like "I can't stop fantasizing about Margaret Thatcher in a three way with Sammy Sosa and Pamela Anderson" or weird like "My male private part fell off" ?
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: gatornation on April 30, 2008, 08:01:25 PM
You act like those are mutually exclusive rather than causally related..
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: vjm on April 30, 2008, 08:06:05 PM
My bad. Let me adjust my rhetorical framework...Are we talking mental side effects, physical side effects or some combination of the two?

 :P
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Martin Prince, Jr. on May 01, 2008, 04:26:15 AM
Weird like "I can't stop fantasizing about Margaret Thatcher in a three way with Sammy Sosa and Pamela Anderson" or weird like "My male private part fell off" ?

lol, loving this thread.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Majmun on May 01, 2008, 06:14:57 PM
My bad. Let me adjust my rhetorical framework...Are we talking mental side effects, physical side effects or some combination of the two?

 :P

breast enlargement
decreased ejaculate volume
ejaculation dysfunction
gynecomastia
impotence (erectile dysfunction)
libido decrease
oligospermia
rash (unspecified)
secondary malignancy
spermatogenesis inhibition
teratogenesis

Good times....

though  it will have a positive effect on the ol' prostate. ;)
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: vjm on May 01, 2008, 08:19:41 PM
I have a keen interest in medical side effects. I never watch TV, but if I happen to catch a drug commercial with the rushed and garbled laundry list of horrible side effects at the end (all spoken sotto voce), I am one happy camper.

Great list. Tip top.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: boilerguy84 on May 01, 2008, 11:41:43 PM
They're not that rare.  And Rogaine doesn't make your hair stick up.

according to most sources, the side effects affect less than one percent of people who take propecia. and tell my sophomore year roommate that rogain doesn't make your hair stick up.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Majmun on May 02, 2008, 05:20:54 AM
They're not that rare.  And Rogaine doesn't make your hair stick up.

according to most sources, the side effects affect less than one percent of people who take propecia. and tell my sophomore year roommate that rogain doesn't make your hair stick up.

It's more like 1.5-2% for the sexual side effects but placebo wasn't much better (0.9%).  On the other hand basically everyone experiences a decrease in fertility related parameters.  That's not surprising though as DHT stimulates spermatogenesis and propecia blocks DHT formation.  Rogaine and Propecia work by entirely different mechanisms and they certainly are not an either/or proposition.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Villanova1L on May 02, 2008, 10:29:24 PM
23
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: I can has lauskul! on May 03, 2008, 10:14:39 AM
48
[/quote

Yay!  I'm not the oldest!  Close, though.

Not as close as you might think...

Well, I guess I take the cake. I will be 53 when I graduate from the University of Texas at Austin.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Sergio on May 03, 2008, 01:36:46 PM
I tried Propecia and I felt out of it at times, so I stopped.  Who knows why.  I'm generally fine with Rogaine.  I guess everything affects people differently.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: pete. on May 03, 2008, 02:44:36 PM
31, but i may do a joint degree. in that case i would be 32.

...but i'm a step ahead b/c i recently found out i have a 401k... with $200 in it.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: vjm on May 03, 2008, 02:51:17 PM
Whooo!!! Kegger at pete's house!
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: imwithhappy on May 03, 2008, 06:21:27 PM
Whooo!!! Kegger at pete's house!

Yeah...but get there early because after taxes and penalties for withdrawing his 401k early he will only have enough left for one keg...
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: vjm on May 03, 2008, 08:01:46 PM
Well then, shhhhh....keep it on the down low.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: JenMcn on November 26, 2008, 07:15:41 AM
24 when I enroll... 27 when I graduate  :-*

Class of 2012 :D
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: CTL on November 26, 2008, 07:22:27 AM
25.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: nontradintexas on November 26, 2008, 09:12:30 AM
34 @ graduation.  You whippersnappers.   ::)
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: kennedyposter on November 29, 2008, 09:37:07 AM
25
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: vidhartha on November 29, 2008, 10:14:36 PM
24 when i start, 27 when i graduate
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: logickills on November 29, 2008, 10:27:17 PM
25

maybe 26 if i decide to take another year off.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: jparsenal87 on November 29, 2008, 10:28:40 PM
22 at start (unless it is UMich's Summer Start!), finish just about to turn 25...
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: A5678G245 on November 30, 2008, 01:51:12 AM
23 at start, 27 when I graduate
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: princepointe on December 01, 2008, 12:44:00 AM
THE BIG 30
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: no634 on December 03, 2008, 07:55:12 AM
24!
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Katfid54 on December 03, 2008, 08:04:44 AM
21 when I start.
24 when I graduate.
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Jamie Stringer on December 03, 2008, 08:42:42 AM
21 when I start.
24 when I graduate.

OMG you're still a baby!
Title: Re: How old will you be...
Post by: Katfid54 on December 03, 2008, 09:55:09 AM
21 when I start.
24 when I graduate.

OMG you're still a baby!

Thanks, MA.
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Post by: zippyandzap on December 03, 2008, 10:55:54 AM
24, almost 25.
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Post by: Slider on December 03, 2008, 06:57:47 PM

28 when I graduate.

Better late than never  ;D
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Post by: Fulbrighter on December 04, 2008, 11:43:12 AM
43 yrs old at graduation.  better late than never.  had originally planned to take the plunge at Boalt ten years ago.  Well, here I am ready to start a new career.
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Post by: vjm on December 08, 2008, 07:51:12 PM
Yay for the "vintage" students!!! It's not that bad, especially compared to work.
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Post by: SAM34 on December 08, 2008, 07:56:38 PM
I'll be 28 when I start, 31 when I graduate.  Geez I'm getting old.
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Post by: Mulliganstew on December 08, 2008, 09:00:42 PM
I'll be 30 when I finish.
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Post by: jpasqu on December 09, 2008, 09:11:30 PM
I shall be 26.