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Black Law Student Discussion Board / Re: A Funny Story
« on: February 04, 2009, 12:42:52 AM »
lol, That was tight! Thank you for sharing.

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Black Law Student Discussion Board / Re: The Thread on Politics
« on: January 21, 2009, 05:45:08 PM »
Thatís all we get Sands?

Saucony hangs his head a little disappointed.

My bad dawg. I was Just lookin' forward to some of that KCET, Charlie Rose, in-depth analysis and perspective you always lace us with. That all.

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This is my first post...I am beginning my senior year.  I have a 2.8 and I am a finance major at Howard.

I have not taken the LSAT.  What are my chances of getting into law school?

What is the best study material for the LSAT?

Your GPA is horrible...

That's a real tactless way to put it.

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I'ma tell you like a nickel told me, "Take that muddaphucin' LSAT again!" And that's the bottom line. 'Cause ain't no such thing as you can't retake. Plus, if you could just clear a couple more points your gold, so make it happen. And make sure you take a course, Testmasters or Blueprint. The choice is yours! lol.

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PMBR is messin with the Church's money! 

lmao.

I feel that.


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Hope this little, short contribution helps:

1. LEEWS helps! The presentation was long but good. You actually get your first framework for thinking like a lawyer here. I think this program is very good and I highly recommemnd it.

2. Sit up front, in the zone. I'm not sayin' you have to sit in the front row but don't go past the third 'cause nickels like me are greedy and theoretically don't want anything to get past their row. lol...

3. Leave that muddaphucin' laptop at home 'cause I promise you even the best of the best spend too much time on the phuccin' internet during class. You've got to master sitting through and processing boring azz chit. Get used to it, it's the life we chose.

4. You are not a mudda-phucin' court reporter! Your job is NOT to transcribe EVERY muddaphucin' word that comes through the professor's mouth. If that's what you wanted to do you should have gone to court reporting school or whatever the phuc they call it. lol. Seriously, you will be better off preparing your azz off, sitting at the professor's feet, listening with with all your heart, and throwing yourself into the fire by participating. Take that rule of law and start applying it, wielding it for your client, in class.

5. Don't complain. Your a phuccin' new-boodie who knows chit about the law, so shut the phuc up and stop complaing about the professors, this, that, or whatever. You get on my muddaphuccin nerves!!!

6. That big azz red PMBR book is muddaphucin gold! The rule of law, the context of that rule, serious azz multiple choice questions to test that rule, and bangin' azz explainations that are somewhat a template for exams answers!!! What else could you ask for? I got that here and it works! Sands put me up on that. Good lookin' out dawg!

With all that said, I'm super happy to see more black folks enter their 1st year 'cause we need you here! And from my 1st year experience, we add and contribute soo much that in no time you'll be enveloped with an appreciation that's pretty enjoyable.

Take care of business! And remember, THE WORLD IS YOURS!!!

lol.

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Black Law Student Discussion Board / Re: Life As An Associate
« on: August 14, 2008, 08:49:23 PM »
lol lol lol...

That's tight!

lol...

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Honestly, you've got one of the best LSAT test preps, literally, across the street in Blueprint, and the fact that your taking your first diagnostic with them means your already kinda in the know. But you have to take the next step and sign up for their full-length prep course. Here's the trick, make sure you sign up with Trent or Matt. This is very important! These two are LSAT legends, seriously. And there is no doubt in my mind that if you sign-up for the full-length course, get Trent or Matt, go to every single class, and do ALL the homework and scheduled practice exams you'll clear 165, easy! If you have anymore questions, holla at ya boy! Peace and good luck! The world is yours!

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Black Law Student Discussion Board / Re: How Come...?
« on: July 31, 2008, 09:26:49 PM »
How come Green Bay doin' Bret Farve like that?
How come dude took 'em to the championship game last year, one short of the Super Bowl?
How come after all that dude can't get his job back? lol
How come the NFL is a cold, cold business?
How come I really don't give a chit and can't wait for the season to start? lol...
How come they doin' you like dat Bret?
How come...

How come dat new David Banner, "Get Like Me" is blazin'?
How come I can't wait to get to the dirty clubs and watch it in action!

How come you still my Son?
How come I still Love You?

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Black Law Student Discussion Board / Re: Nas v. Fox News
« on: July 31, 2008, 09:10:36 PM »
"It sucks that he probably won't sell "a millie" like the junkie kid."


lol at that! And for the record I can't stand that song! But I will say dude has put out some fresh azz mix tapes. I'm just sayin'...

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