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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Who else had their dreams crushed yesterday?
« on: October 22, 2005, 10:43:47 PM »
@#!* YOU! I got 1 f-ing 41!!! You're dreams crushed? good f-ing gawd you beligerent twit!!!!!! MY dreams have been crushed! You were hit with a f-ing grain of sand! I HAD THE f-ing MOON LAND ON MY DREAMS!!!! :'(
YOU GODDAMN STUPID f-ing TWIT!!!!!!! >:(

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Choosing the Right Law School / lsat 138, where can I get in?
« on: October 22, 2005, 02:11:19 PM »
is cooley my only option???

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: My score: Beyond my worst possible nightmare.
« on: October 22, 2005, 08:34:50 AM »
I was in the 140's. I do not do well on standardized tests.

I would have been happy to get a 161.I feel really depressed right now, can't stop crying......
I don't even know how I'm coherent enough to use a computer.
I got a 161.
This is literally the biggest shock of my entire life.
I felt like it was harder than any preptest I've done, and I've done all of them. But not bad enough to cancel. I looked on all the postmortem threads and figured I made around 8 LR mistakes, MAX, but I still thought I did decent. So I was setting myself up for around 165 at the ABSOLUTE WORST.
I completely completely completely screwed up.

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Law School Admissions / Re: Something VERY disturbing about Michigan =(
« on: October 11, 2005, 09:40:26 PM »
So I found out something really disturbing about the University of Michigan Law School.

Apparently, Ann Coulter is an alum.

I almost threw up when I saw that  :'(

Yes, I suppose for someone such as yourself standards would be vomit inducing.

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Obviously he's not but since he feels the need to beat on others who he feels are lower than himself I felt I may as well do the same. However, since I'm not as easily amused as he is I'm going to ignore his idiotic ramblings for a bit. :-*

you're following Mithras and I am following you. Curious.


You = Mithras.

Nice try, but no.

Don't waste your time on Pancho. He's really not worth the effort.



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As were you in regards to Mithras. *ZING*

Please crawl out from suburbia and experience the lower class. They aren't bad people, they're just poor.

You're stereotyping.  I'm not from Suburbia - not even close!  You've taken a large logical leap. 

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you're following Mithras and I am following you. Curious.


You = Mithras.

Nice try, but no.

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That depends on perception. Certainly if you live in upscale suburbia then , no most on't have records, they simply pay their lawyers to take care of it.

Poorer areas however, are filled with people who have records. One reason for this is because law enforcement serves dual purposes. One "protecting" the public and two providing revenue from the state. Since the wealthy can fight off fines it is easier to get money from the poor simply because they are too poor to fight off the unethical advances of the state.

Please crawl out from suburbia and experience the lower class. They aren't bad people, they're just poor.

Do you even know what a record is? A record simply says the state considers you guilty of wrongdoing.

Thank you for enlightening me.  And no, unless you count speeding, I don't believe that most people have one. 

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you're following Mithras and I am following you. Curious.

This is Court's Lair.  She can say what she wishes.

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Do you even know what a record is? A record simply says the state considers you guilty of wrongdoing. It has nothing to do with morals but rather legal technicalities. You could be doing what's moral but if it's illegal the state creates a record for you.

Also, the word record is an extremly loaded word in this context. There is a difference between someone having a record homeless and sleeping in their car, and someone having a record for committing serial rape and murder. Sadly most people can't make the distinction but simply react when they hear the word "record".

Most people have records these days.

Ha, I don't think so.

I said I would "let him do his thing."  Go on, Mithras.  God speed.

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