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« on: August 22, 2006, 06:48:36 AM »
Then it looks like it is more feasible to default than to file bankruptcy .. loan defaults stay in your credit for 7 years, bankruptcy for only 10 years .. and move to another state if you plan to default ..
defaults do not assure you'll not be chased after to collect on the loan ... well, unless you're unemployed ... if you want to be absolutely sure creditors won't come after you and garnish your wages you've to have some kind of legal protection like bankruptcy. Legally speaking, filing for bankruptcy should normally not be a ground for discrimination on the part of an employer on their decisions to hire your or not ..
« on: December 11, 2007, 05:30:28 PM »
I hope so, all my friends (and you posters) are starting to get on my nerves with their nervousness about their score
I will rape your mouth and pillage your refrigerator for such foolish talk.
« on: December 11, 2007, 12:44:23 PM »
if you're an idiot who wants to look flaky, immature, and unprepared for the rigors of law school then the answer is still probably not.
Get a life. You are posting on a dead message board and trolling it. If you dont have good advice don't give any.
I like your attitude, LSATstruggle, perhaps I'll give you a custodial job (with upward potential!) at my law firm in ten years.
« on: December 11, 2007, 01:18:29 AM »
I took December's test, I don't feel so hot about it, I would say my score lies between 156-160, I want a 160-164, I am applying for 2009, I was going to finish a Double major Business/Finance, but would it be better as far as Law admissions to throw out the double major and study again for the LSAT and take it in maybe Sept or Dec of 2008 with an added 3 to 4 months of hard prep.
A) Double major
B) Better LSAT
Any feedback would be appreciated.
...and to annouce the winner of the coveted "dumbest question on LSD of the Year award" is The Count:
It was a good year for dumb questions on LSD, but I am pleased to annouce Much [dumb sh*t] Will Be Asked as the 2007 winner!!!
« on: December 11, 2007, 01:02:59 AM »
wow, surprising ... i'd go for the left arm everytime.
mayo out of the jar.
would you rather eat a buffalo testicle or a handful of spiders?
« on: December 11, 2007, 12:56:15 AM »
Completely unrelated to the LSAT, but I'm trying to kill time while I'm waiting for my Dec. score:
Here are the rules:
uno: no side-stepping the original question (i'm a Scalia-bred texualist so none of that intentionalist BS)
dos: for every reply, you have to post a "would you rather" scenario
tres: commenting on responses is encouraged, but you have to post a scenario as well
- The Count
Would you rather attend Cooley with no scholarship $ (and w/o the option of transferring out) or have a limb amputated (i.e. leg or arm)?
« on: December 11, 2007, 12:33:50 AM »
*sips a luke warm cup of fair-trade organic Columbian coffee. slowly nods head in appreciation of the OP's stellar slacking abilities*
« on: December 11, 2007, 12:26:31 AM »
I ABSOLUTELY NEED T14.
I refuse to hang up a TTT diploma in my mobile home.
« on: December 11, 2007, 12:22:35 AM »
Getting a T14 degree is my only goal in life. Afterwards, I'm moving into a trailer park where my beautiful diploma will adorn my double-wide trailer's living room wall.
Simply put, I'm going to help to create that 1%.
« on: December 11, 2007, 12:17:39 AM »
didn't read the whole tread but the bottom line is it's good in some situations (family roots and desire to work in the area) and bad in others (staying put in the name of complacency).