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Incoming 1Ls / Who knows when NYU's second deposit is due?
« on: June 02, 2005, 12:57:16 AM »
Inquiring minds want to know...

Incoming 1Ls / Who knows what "Order of the Coif" is?
« on: May 23, 2005, 08:56:34 PM »
what is it, is it at every school, how difficult is it to get, etc.

General Off-Topic Board / Anal Bleaching? Discuss.
« on: May 16, 2005, 01:05:12 PM »
This is a re-post from craigslist. Discuss.

Anal Bleaching – NOT just for women

Anal bleaching is a hot topic here on CL Rants & Raves – “You women do that?!?!,” asked one poster, and then answered his own question with, “WHY?!?!”

Anal bleaching is just one of a wide variety of new non-invasive procedures that assist in creating Total Colo-Rectal Beauty. All TCRB components help not only appearance and hygiene, but assist in restoring the lost youthful innocence, elasticity, and confidence that age and improper food choices often erase.

TCRB is not just a catchword – it’s a beautiful and natural lifestyle.

If you’re tired of looking at a pulsating mini-me of the Giant Caves of Borneo in a UPS delivery truck color scheme, imagine what others think when they view your well-used and discolored Portal of Secrets (POS). And no amount of quick-fix items like Viewana or Lookout Below will ever get to the root of your discomfort in sharing your POS, because these sort of anal makeups are coverups and do not address the three primary reasons for anal discoloration and disfigurement. They do not eradicate those rather freakish effects.

As for anal dyes, the longterm effects of mineral and petroleum-based pigments on and about the unique anal skin and color-rectal musculature have yet to be determined. But if overuse of hair dye contributes to bladder cancer, imagine what harsh dyes might do when applied directly to tender surface and deep tissues…

Rule 1: Garbage in, dark feces out – It all starts with food and drink. The dyes in processed foods and soft drinks will carry as far in your system as the liquid carriers allow. When someone says a cola drinks or coffee went “right through me,” that’s the literal truth, and on the way out the cola colors, food dyes, and darker red meats leave microscopic color particles that, over a period of years through continuing passes over the anal tissue, recolor your natural anus to an unnatural hue. If your face looked like your anus, you’d get it corrected quickly, wouldn’t you? And that’s because everyone would see.

But it is vastly more important that those special areas of your precious body, to be viewed, cherished, and photographed (and videoed) by you and your loved one(s), are as sparkling and attractive as your face. If the damage is already done, your best simple and low-cost option is anal bleaching.

Rule 2: Keep it clean at all times – Before his untimely demise, the critically acclaimed rap artist Tupac offered timeless words of wisdom to his “posse” after being asked what it took to have attractive women surround one. His answer was an elegantly simple reply: “Do some situps and wash your ass.”

While keeping your POS in tip-top working shape via various baby wipes is mandatory for POS health, no matter how hard you rub you cannot erase the damage and discoloration caused by years of previous poor food choices and average anal cleansing. Anal bleaching, however, can take you back to those pre-damage years.

Rules 3: Wipe IN and OUT – Chances are that you have not revisited your wiping procedures since they were first established at age 2-4. Children’s motor skills at that age are fairly rough and, no matter how well-intended the instruction, the lifelong tendency is to cross wipe up and down, and/or across, and smear the feces around the localized anal area (LAA). Over years what that does is discolor and stain your anus. The ideal technique is to center the remaining fecal matter at the center of the anal opening by wiping “in” and then grasping the entire waste package and pulling it “out” and away from the buttocks (to avoid smear stains).

But due to poor anal wiping technique, many anuses are dark by the teen years, as an examination of the pictures you and your friends likely took of your own anus at that age would reveal.

Anal bleaching is the first simple step towards TCRB. Starting with very weak vegetable-based pre-bleaching solutions, the TCRB aesthetician gently applies appropriate agents. If the vegetable agents do not work, then s/he applies progressively stronger solutions until the stains have vanished or that protocol is exhausted.

If the Level I agent did not work, they s/he may select Level II bleaches, which are chemically and naturally based and usually in a warm fatty oil solution.

Up to 30% of all anal staining can be corrected within those two levels.

For more stubborn coloring, a Level III lye and chemical isolated bath may be required. This involves securing the anal area with special dams made out of plastic and sealed with surgical tape. These cylinders are open on both ends; one end goes over the anus and is sealed with tape, and the other stands above the buttocks and receives the caustic mix.

The patient is then given a local anesthetic to ease the pain caused by the lye and chemicals while lying on their stomach for about 2-3 hours, depending on stain severity. The cylinder is then heated via elements imbedded in its walls until the solution is 10-12 degrees warmer than the patient’s body temperature.

In very advanced cases, color-rectal bleaching may involved a hospital stay of 2-3 days, full anesthesia, industrial-grade cleansers, and chromium-based dyes.

After the successful bleaching that leaves the area a snowy ice white, patients may go home or opt for area coloring that may range from a light pink to rich ruby red. Striations in differing shades can add a natural “lived in” look, so that nobody ever suspects you had an anal cleansing and bleaching. Not even your children.

NEXT: Inside the colon for TCRB.

Choosing the Right Law School / YOU choose my adventure...
« on: May 14, 2005, 10:46:03 PM »
Ok, I totally ripped this off someone else, but hey, it was a great idea!

So my major considerations are that I want to study labor-side labor law, I would like to live in a big city, and I would like to go to a big school (mostly because it is hard to find a decent selection of labor law classes). Oh and prestige, I guess that's important too.

Cornell - 563 students, labor law clinic, School of Labor & Industrial Relations (best in the country) teeny tiny town, very small gene pool, lake effect snow. Ranked 11

U. Penn - ranked #7, one labor law faculty who is 85+ yrs. old (read: not unlikeley that he'll retire, or worse), 880+ students, only 4 course offerings for labor law, big, cool, cheap city; students seem really, really happy. and cool.

GULC - ranked 15 (EDIT: RANKED 14), 2000+ students, several labor law faculty, big city w/ lots of national unions HQs, lots of labor law classes. Tons of course offerings.

New york University,
Oh how I love thee!
__________________ ,
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But, you waitlisted me.

1. Bump

2. Flame...

3. SCOTUS clerk?


Choosing the Right Law School / Tired of law school admissions yet?
« on: May 06, 2005, 10:06:30 PM »
I am so utterly exhausted by the whole uncertainty, judgement, competition, self-doubting pile of bullsh*t that is the law school admissions process. This has consumed my life for nearly a year now. Law school is only 3 years long. Anybody else feel me on this?

Who here knows the difference between "reserve" and "waitlist" from Columbia? (other than the "reserve" isn't ranked) Which is better, and how do they decide between putting someone on "reserve" and placing someone on the waitlist?

Choosing the Right Law School / U. Penn vs. Cornell
« on: May 01, 2005, 02:30:10 PM »
I'm from CA, where it seems like everybody knows what Cornell is, but people aren't that impressed when I say I got into U. Penn.

Aside from the prestige consideration, thoughts on U. Penn in general? or Cornell?

Let's all go to a bar afterwards to discuss & review!

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