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LSAT Preparation => Studying for the LSAT => Topic started by: kulesh1 on December 23, 2006, 08:04:31 PM

Title: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 23, 2006, 08:04:31 PM
just took a very serious practice test with my friend who goes to nyu who i really wanted to impress. he proctered it, telling me when 5 and 1 minutes were. anyway i got a 159, ouch.   worst feeling in the world, fcked up my entire weekend.  missed: 10 lr, 9!reading comp and 8! games.   i feel for those of you who did not do as well as you wanted to on the real test because it is a really terrible feeling, even on a serious and proctered pt.   anyway, for the next month and a half i am devoting my life to the lsat, exclusively.  when i miss a question, i am taking it personally.   this test will define my academic career, and i am not taking any chances.  failure is not an option, i dont care if i neglect my schoolwork, my friends, or anything, i am getting it done.  anyone who has had similar feelings feel free to comment, later peeps.   
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: ySKhYr on December 23, 2006, 08:37:15 PM
wow...i realize how important this test is, but you seriously have to chill. 
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 23, 2006, 09:01:34 PM
lol, i cant chill. the feeling i had after the test was graded was an acute  sense of failure and frusteration that made me physically ill. if that happens on the real thing i could be sick for weeks.   my brain was made for reasoning and not math, so i am limited with regard to my options(cant be a doc or anyhting like that cause i couldnt do well in calc and chem).  how did you feel after getting your 158. you cant tell me that you didnt feel sick after that.    5 hours of study every day until the week before the test, all nighters, taking tests when im tired, taking tests when im sick....  "gonna turn this thing around, can you read my mind?" (the killers)
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: ciao-a-bunga on December 23, 2006, 09:02:55 PM
so... then... why don't you go study
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: thetrianglekid on December 23, 2006, 09:05:08 PM
lol OMG a month and a half!!!??  are you sure you can spare that much time?
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: baddabing on December 23, 2006, 09:07:43 PM
so... then... why don't you go study

seriously man, just get the job done and come back to share what you've learned instead of outlining every single step of the process
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 23, 2006, 09:07:49 PM
thanks random, yeah he is a great guy, motivates me to do well. he got a 1520 on his sat and has a 3.9 at nyu as a double major foreign relations/economics.(kind of hard to life up to)   that is true i cant get any c's.  but this next semester i deliberately took all philosophy classes so i would not be bogged down with work.   philosphy tests are mostly  reasoning anyway, so with a quick reading of the material and a good memory and intelligence you can usually do pretty well.  thanks again for the kind words.  most people on this site are just awesome:) later
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 23, 2006, 09:09:47 PM
dont worry peeps, i am putting in at least 4 hours tonight/this moring, ive got family freinds over now so i can only take 5 minute breaks away from them to chat.  dont worry, i talked the talk, i will walk the walk, lol, lame.
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 23, 2006, 09:12:05 PM
lol OMG a month and a half!!!??  are you sure you can spare that much time?

well, ive got that much time before the test, ive already been studying hard core for about 4 months with really inconstant preppers 159-170. later
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: Hey Now on December 23, 2006, 09:51:35 PM
Wrong attitude... relax, study smarter not harder.  The tendency on this board is to take every released test and post your steadily improving scores in your profile to show how smart you are.  What you should focus on is not how well you did in practice, but how you can do well on the real thing.  And to that end, I don't think obsession is the best path.
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 23, 2006, 10:12:14 PM

thanks for the advice, however i dont know if i will be able to put it into practice,   i think of the lsat now as a living breathing entity  whose only aspiration is to cripple my hopes and dreams, something that i must triumph over to realize my potential in life.    i know i sound more like a paranoid schitzofrenic than someone who is going to do well on the lsat, but... what are you going to do?    i constantly think about it, wake up in the middle of the night contemplating it,  dissect my friends arguments searching for logical inconsistancies, i am a sick kid. pray for me.
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: GothamBaller22 on December 23, 2006, 10:39:45 PM
Kulesh,

Whats up man.

I feel what you're going through. Even though I am not thinking of it as the complete end that must be overcome, I do bang/punch/headbutt the LSAT page when I get an LR wrong.

This LSAT score is all that is preventing us from an economically secure future. But Keep working hard,  keep an even keel. That is the only way to bring out what you are capable of.

 
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: ySKhYr on December 23, 2006, 10:47:45 PM
how did i feel after i got a 158 on one of my practices?  i didn't feel sick at all...instead, i looked at the test rationally.  I reviewed my mistakes, analyzed them, and thought of all the ways I could improve.  Like a poster said above...study smarter, not harder.  I did only around 8 full preptests total, which is probably more than the average joe but still much less than some people on this forum.  However, I made sure that I wasn't making the same mistakes again and again...which is an easy trap to fall into if you're just trying to blitz through as much prep material as possible.  I jumped from 158 to 167 and then to 176 with very little work in between, because I took the time to find out WHY i was getting things wrong and figuring out ways to fix my mistakes.  You don't have to do tests every day for 5 hours and study when until you're sick and tired...to me, it seems like a recipe for burnout and diaster, but I guess you may learn differently than me, so I won't tell you not to do it.  Regardless, good luck.
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 23, 2006, 10:53:15 PM

thanks baller,  it is good to know that there are people out there with similar feelings/aspirations, even if they arent nessesarily as extreme and absolute as is my particular case.  yeah financial security is the ultimate end, most deff.  anyway, good luck to you my friend.. how is your studying going? what are your strenghts and weaknesses thus far?  i thought reading comp was my biggest strengh until i got a 28 question section with no interesting passages, that is a formula for disaster.  when are you taking it? alright, later.  
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 23, 2006, 11:01:37 PM
thanks for the reply ySKhYr .   yeah i am going to go over my test thoroughly.  it may be pathetic/extreme but i learn best through painstaking and relentless dedication that may border on obsession. i memorized every single sat word by studying two hours a day for a month and scored in the 99% on those two particular sections, so i think it works for me, but it is deff not for everyone. learning from mistakes is our greatest asset while studying for this test, i agree wholeheartedly... i am usually not taking preppers when i study, just going over games and bibles and stuff like that.  i take a prepper about once or twice a month.  anyway thanks for the kind words and good luck to you.  late   
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: GothamBaller22 on December 23, 2006, 11:42:46 PM
Hey Kulesh,

Games is def. my biggest strength. I know what you're saying with RC, there are some where I am 25/27 and others 18. I think I approach it with too much confidence but its the same question types  that kill me: Organization of Passage, Analogous Situation, etc.
But Args is my make or break. Its strange, but the Formal Logic Assumptions, Parallel Reasoning are my biggest strengths, and the others, like Flaw etc. that others find easy trip me up. Any similarities with those question types?
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: Lex Luthor on December 24, 2006, 12:46:42 AM
Adderall?
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 24, 2006, 12:56:15 AM
no not adderall, i am however taking every supplement in the book(piracetam primaracetam, fish oil, gotu kola ginkgo biloba, spike, choline, also i take the drug provigil
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: Lex Luthor on December 24, 2006, 01:03:19 AM
no not adderall, i am however taking every supplement in the book(piracetam primaracetam, fish oil, gotu kola ginkgo biloba, spike, choline, also i take the drug provigil

Yes, yes, I can tell.  Little Lex laughs at your lack of sense.
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 24, 2006, 01:29:45 AM
lack of sense? if you call increased concentration and increased blood flow to the brain a lack of sense then i guess im an idiot:)  how did you know that i was taking supplements/legal drugs and why do you say lack of sense?
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: Lex Luthor on December 24, 2006, 01:32:41 AM
lack of sense? if you call increased concentration and increased blood flow to the brain a lack of sense then i guess im an idiot:)  how did you know that i was taking supplements/legal drugs and why do you say lack of sense?

Part the not bold: Yes, admission is the first step to recovery.

Part the bold: It was either the scatterbrained poo you call Your English or it was your backposts.  Take a guess.
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 24, 2006, 01:43:03 AM
lol, the supplements i take are obviously non-addictve and non narcotic. and i take provigil for medical reasons arse hole. and as for my english, sorry i dont take the time to spell check, and fyi i have written some essays that teachers have said are good enough to be published, so i dont think that i have any problems there.   do people that take multivitims need to admit that they have a substance abuse problem too?
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 24, 2006, 01:46:55 AM
and you are truly a moron if you think that mispellings and typos indicate any lack of intelligence.   
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: Lex Luthor on December 24, 2006, 01:50:26 AM
lol, the supplements i take are obviously non-addictve and non narcotic. and i take provigil for medical reasons arse hole. and as for my english, sorry i dont take the time to spell check, and fyi i have written some essays that teachers have said are good enough to be published, so i dont think that i have any problems there.   do people that take multivitims need to admit that they have a substance abuse problem too?

Part the not bold:  Consists of scatterbrained poo not worthy of response.

Part the bold: Only if it affects their ability to communicate in a sensible manner.


and you are truly a moron if you think that mispellings and typos indicate any lack of intelligence.  

Poo =/= misSpellings or typos.
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 24, 2006, 01:59:13 AM
trying to start a fight about typos and misspellings at 3 am, you are a fcking loser
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: Lex Luthor on December 24, 2006, 02:03:35 AM
trying to start a fight about typos and misspellings at 3 am, you are a fcking loser

Allow me to surmise that Reading Comprehension is your weakness.
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: MDLaw10 on December 24, 2006, 02:31:58 AM
trying to start a fight about typos and misspellings at 3 am, you are a fcking loser

Congratulations Fulesh,

You have been selected as the winner of the 2006 LSD Most Punchable Face Award.  Tell us how you felt when you heard the good news.  Then, tell us how you're going to learn from posting an absurd avatar.
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: Lex Luthor on December 24, 2006, 02:41:15 AM
trying to start a fight about typos and misspellings at 3 am, you are a fcking loser

Congratulations Fulesh,

You have been selected as the winner of the 2006 LSD Most Punchable Face Award.  Tell us how you felt when you heard the good news.  Then, tell us how you're going to learn from posting an absurd avatar.

FYI, http://www.lawschooldiscussion.org/prelaw/index.php/topic,78860.msg1861848.html#msg1861848
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: MDLaw10 on December 24, 2006, 03:25:36 AM
I just realized where I've seen Fulesh before.

http://www.back-to-iraq.com/archives/Files/cigarette.jpg (http://www.back-to-iraq.com/archives/Files/cigarette.jpg)
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: Julie Fern on December 24, 2006, 05:01:53 AM
julie want know what color pencils he using.  detail everything.
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: UnbiasedObserver on December 24, 2006, 06:45:15 AM
Wrong attitude... relax, study smarter not harder.  The tendency on this board is to take every released test and post your steadily improving scores in your profile to show how smart you are.  What you should focus on is not how well you did in practice, but how you can do well on the real thing.  And to that end, I don't think obsession is the best path.

This is the credited response.  You need to focus on quality, not quantity. 
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 24, 2006, 11:47:21 AM
you are funny mdlaw, surfing the net looking to pick fights with people.  what a retard.  lex seriously get a life.  actaully reading comp is not my weakness, i usually miss 4.  why dont you dissect this post for grammatical errors, loser
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: n/a on December 24, 2006, 12:05:45 PM
I just realized where I've seen Fulesh before.

http://www.back-to-iraq.com/archives/Files/cigarette.jpg (http://www.back-to-iraq.com/archives/Files/cigarette.jpg)

Nice, I thought it was here:

(http://img315.imageshack.us/img315/9697/cameljoeonblackls8.jpg)
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: Julie Fern on December 24, 2006, 12:48:34 PM
you are funny mdlaw, surfing the net looking to pick fights with people. what a retard. lex seriously get a life. actaully reading comp is not my weakness, i usually miss 4. why dont you dissect this post for grammatical errors, loser

what, you got nothing for julie?
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: MDLaw10 on December 24, 2006, 02:42:30 PM
you are funny mdlaw, surfing the net looking to pick fights with people.  what a retard.  lex seriously get a life.  actaully reading comp is not my weakness, i usually miss 4.  why dont you dissect this post for grammatical errors, loser

I refuse to take anything you say seriously until that picture is removed.  I understand why you're brushing off all these comments and chalking them up to someone picking a fight. But, the reality is no one wants an update on your progress everyday.  Get a pen pal.
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: wolfpack2 on December 24, 2006, 04:29:36 PM
lol, i cant chill. the feeling i had after the test was graded was an acute  sense of failure and frusteration that made me physically ill. if that happens on the real thing i could be sick for weeks.  

On that note, I finished the LSAT and a week later was in the ER with an ULCER. it really really sucks, let me tell you.  I had the same attitude without as much drive which lead to more stress.  I think you have a good idea, but like someone said, your GPA will not forgive you so be sure to not just drop school. My GPA this semester was my worst yet, luckily this late in the game 12 credits barely affects my overall GPA, but it does mess up my "upward trend".  So be careful, but GOOD LUCK!
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 24, 2006, 04:39:03 PM


thanks for the kind words wolfpack(nc state student/fan?). yeah, not taking spanish this semester so that should help, all philosophy classes because that is my forte. plus a difficult logic class that cant hurt:)  yeah, i will more than likely just be a studying hermit until feb 11, ill allow my social life to flourish after that.
md law, i refuse to take my picture down, you know it is hot, dont lie. and some people like to share progress and encourage each other, its called living in a society, you should try iy some time.
later peeps, and merry xmas to all.
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: Ersatz on December 24, 2006, 05:22:59 PM
i refuse to take my picture down, you know it is hot, dont lie.

Hilarious.

At any rate, listen to what many people that are a) much smarter than you, and b) have already gone through the long and arduous process of LSAT preparation are telling you. They have the collective cumulative wisdom of thousands of hours of studying for this test. Your LSAT experience, on the other hand, is much more limited. You don't know what you are talking about, and you have to accept the fact that others do.

You are approaching the LSAT as some living, breathing entity that maliciously murdered your entire family and left you for dead, and whom you have sworn to track down and kill, no matter what it takes. That's stupid. Even worse, it's counterproductive. If you live and die with each LSAT question, you are going to burn out long before the results of your studying produce any improvement.

The LSAT is a set of problems that you can learn how to answer. There is really no silver bullet, no magic trick, and no shortcut. The simply reality is that there are several thousand LSAT questions from past tests, and to improve your score considerably and to score higher consistently, you have to go through most of them in the course of your studying. As you do that, you should see familiar patterns begin to emerge, you will become able to anticipate correct answer choices even before you read them, and you will become more and more familiar with the myriad of ways the LSAT question writers try to trick you into selecting the wrong answer.

I don't believe that full-length LSAT preparation can be achieved in a month and a half. Further, your wildly inconsistent scores (170 to 159? A world of difference!) indicate that your four months of studying have not been fully beneficial. If your prep tests continue to range this much, the real LSAT will likely not be kind to you. My advice for you is to not take the February test, but rather to plan for June or October of next year, develop a good plan of study, enroll in a full-length preparation course (or just buy all the good books), and spend several hundred hours working on the questions. Rely on the other members of this board to help you answer questions as they come up, and you will end up with a good score next June or October. (Of course, I have a feeling that you will not want to delay taking the test, and will ignore this advice. Just my two cents.)
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 24, 2006, 05:31:51 PM
thanks for the advice ersatz, maybe you are right(probably are). to that end, i was actually nervous taking a timed pt proctered by my friend so that probably idicates that i need to chill and put it all in perspective.  as for not taking the feb, i think i will be ready, just putting in another 100 hours or so should help with my consistancy, my only real problems now are the reading comp and the games.  reading comp is usually -4 but can get all the way up to -9 if i get flustered and lose track of my time.  games is coming along nicely with steady improvement so i think those hundred hours should be really beneficial.  anyway, thanks again, and i can always retake, though hopefully i wont have to. im taking another prepper tomaorw(made my parents get me the last 10 for xmas, haha)  if i score i 159 again or dont get at least a 164 i will seriously consider taking your advice. have a good christmas and good luck to you in whatever juncture you are currently in with the law school proccess:)
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: jer on December 24, 2006, 05:52:00 PM
just took a very serious practice test with my friend who goes to nyu who i really wanted to impress. he proctered it, telling me when 5 and 1 minutes were. anyway i got a 159, ouch. worst feeling in the world, fcked up my entire weekend. missed: 10 lr, 9!reading comp and 8! games. i feel for those of you who did not do as well as you wanted to on the real test because it is a really terrible feeling, even on a serious and proctered pt. anyway, for the next month and a half i am devoting my life to the lsat, exclusively. when i miss a question, i am taking it personally. this test will define my academic career, and i am not taking any chances. failure is not an option, i dont care if i neglect my schoolwork, my friends, or anything, i am getting it done. anyone who has had similar feelings feel free to comment, later peeps.

the biggest reason people score below where they expect is because they spend most of their prep time posting on lsd

the question is, are you on lsd, or crack?
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 24, 2006, 06:11:21 PM
true but i dont think 30 mins a day on lsd will hurt
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: jer on December 24, 2006, 06:15:17 PM
don't listen to Jer, I think he spends more time on here than the rest of us combined :)

i'm not cramming for the feb lsat

and i was sleeping from midnight to 3am this morning, where were you?

Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: KingJamesFan on December 24, 2006, 06:18:41 PM
on LSD. but I can afford to do that, since I'm not taking the LSAT till June
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 24, 2006, 06:51:34 PM
lol, i think that lsd can be a good motivational factor and a healthy break from studying if you dont abuse it:)
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: johnnyutah on December 24, 2006, 06:56:53 PM
i've just read this entire thread...

1) Thanks for wasting everyone's time.

2) Kill yourself.
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: jer on December 24, 2006, 07:09:56 PM
i've just read this entire thread...

1) Thanks for wasting everyone's time.

2) Kill yourself.

ho ho ho
merry Christmas
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: johnnyutah on December 24, 2006, 07:15:54 PM
Jelush-

Ask Santa to bring you a brain that works.
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 24, 2006, 07:18:40 PM
johnyutah, get a life, it was probably the most fun thing you have done all day, and thanks for the anti-semtetic comment, way to get in the xmas spirit(jelush)
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 24, 2006, 07:19:21 PM
and ive got a brain that works(3.75 female dog)
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 24, 2006, 07:47:13 PM
thanks for the advice inside man, i like the unscored practice test idea, however i think i would have an idea of how i did by going over the ones that i missed:) yeah you may be right, lsd amplifies my aspirations and concurrently the level of stress associated with them>
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: Lex Luthor on December 24, 2006, 08:23:43 PM
Jelush-

Ask Santa to bring you a brain that works.

LexCo makes those.  Made in China, sure, but they work.  Beware of counterfeits, though.
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 24, 2006, 08:30:58 PM
good one, his brain doesnt work!!!!!!!!!!!!  please try harder, i havent cried in response to an lsd jab in months, hooon has that honor:)
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: ciao-a-bunga on December 24, 2006, 08:37:31 PM
good one, his brain doesnt work!!!!!!!!!!!!  please try harder, i havent cried in response to an lsd jab in months, hooon has that honor:)

Who are you?
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 24, 2006, 08:46:43 PM
ill pm you my name and address
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: bubDread on December 24, 2006, 08:53:05 PM
I don't mind Kulesh; you guys are kind of mean to him.  But, Kulesh, you probably shouldn't create topics like this.  Everyone needs their motivation for the test, but posts like this kind of initiate flames.
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: jer on December 24, 2006, 08:55:18 PM
I don't mind Kulesh; you guys are kind of mean to him. But, Kulesh, you probably shouldn't create topics like this. Everyone needs their motivation for the test, but posts like this kind of initiate flames.

i don't recall being mean to kulesh.
and his threads are nothing compared to the ones umass creates
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 24, 2006, 08:56:29 PM
thanks Pat, yur a good guy.  anyway, the benefits of making a topic like this are twofold, one, i get the positive reinforcemnt from the cool and encouraging people on the site and two i get all the critism and crap that motivates(from the bitter few) me and adds fuel to the fire.
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: bubDread on December 24, 2006, 09:02:48 PM
thanks Pat, yur a good guy.  anyway, the benefits of making a topic like this are twofold, one, i get the positive reinforcemnt from the cool and encouraging people on the site and two i get all the critism and crap that motivates(from the bitter few) me and adds fuel to the fire.

Yeah but i figured out a long time ago the right attitude for intellectual endeavours is NOT the same as the right attitude for fights, sports, etc.

You need to be calm, rational, and collected--not pissed off.  I used to try to go into UG tests all hyped up like I would get during high school football, and I only hurt myself.

Just set a goal score, where anything less than that score is unsatisfactory for you.  I would actually write "trash" next to scores below my goal.

your games will improve with time, invariably.  You may need to put a lot of smart work into your RC.  Figure out what strategy works the best for you.

hth
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 24, 2006, 09:12:45 PM
thanks Pat, yur a good guy.  anyway, the benefits of making a topic like this are twofold, one, i get the positive reinforcemnt from the cool and encouraging people on the site and two i get all the critism and crap that motivates(from the bitter few) me and adds fuel to the fire.

Yeah but i figured out a long time ago the right attitude for intellectual endeavours is NOT the same as the right attitude for fights, sports, etc.

You need to be calm, rational, and collected--not pissed off.  I used to try to go into UG tests all hyped up like I would get during high school football, and I only hurt myself.

Just set a goal score, where anything less than that score is unsatisfactory for you.  I would actually write "trash" next to scores below my goal.

your games will improve with time, invariably.  You may need to put a lot of smart work into your RC.  Figure out what strategy works the best for you.

hth

i think you are right, i will change my mentality to the bobby fischer school of thought where you look upon your opponent(or test in this case) with a disdainful confidence.  this is still kind of a sports mentality, but not as bad as ascribing vicious human qualities to the test:)  yeah i am on the right track with games and i am hoping that my -9 on the rc was an anomoly, and i have reason to believe that it was.   (my only issue is time and it was a 28 question section with just horrid passages)  anyway have a good xmas
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 24, 2006, 10:01:49 PM
thanks inside man,i get it now, very good advice, will do. merry xmas
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 25, 2006, 12:47:20 PM
yeah its me, i am not quite sure what pony boy is so ill naively take it as a compliment:)
is that your dog? it is very cute.   i have a wheaton terrier that wants a puppy to play with, parents arent too hot on the idea though.
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 25, 2006, 01:46:04 PM
yeah, i dont live at home so i wouldnt be taking any of the responsibilty. i just want it so my other dog isnt lonely and so i can play with it over the summer:)
... yeah the facial structures are similar and we both have the same kind of apathetic and disdainful expression, haha
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: Lex Luthor on December 26, 2006, 01:52:33 AM
i think you are right, i will change my mentality to the bobby fischer school of thought where you look upon your opponent(or test in this case) with a disdainful confidence. 

Good plan.  Be like that crazy old man hiding out for years before finally getting busted.
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: kulesh1 on December 26, 2006, 06:35:13 AM
best chess player ever. and he wasnt crazy when he employed that mentality
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: Julie Fern on December 26, 2006, 08:28:04 AM
cigarettes killed him.
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: Slumdog Lovebutton on December 26, 2006, 08:50:08 AM
cigarettes killed him.


nope, common misconception.  chuck norris killed him.
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: Julie Fern on December 26, 2006, 09:00:51 AM
for being too serious about lsat?
Title: Re: not messing around anymore...
Post by: Slumdog Lovebutton on December 26, 2006, 09:36:46 AM
for being too serious about lsat?


sure, sounds good  ;)




cigarettes killed him.


nope, common misconception.  chuck norris killed him.

Ah, LoveButton, I like you!


Aww, thanks!  ;D