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Pointless Arguments / Re: Annoying classmates
« on: January 14, 2006, 09:30:27 AM »
This *&^% is so funny, I'm going to copy and paste the different "types" of classmates you all have described and send a mass email to friends at my law school so we can assign people in our section to each of these respective categories.  Watch out on the polo bashing though!!! I love LaCoste polos, I don't rock pink though.  I wish I went to high school in the 80s.  Unfortunately I was two years old in '85.  Oh well, haha, I love the frat trio description, even though I was in a fraternity and loved it that post cracked me up so much because a bunch of guys who are/were in frats are big f-ing losers.

To the sociopath who always asks what I'm doing during finals week when I see you in the library:
 What the f**k do you think I'm doing? I'm studying feminine hygiene product bag.  Concerned you are missing something? Why the hell do you need to ask me what sections I reviewed for our Ks exam? Is it not obvious? Every f**king section that our professor covered in class.  I know you want to do well so you can brag about your grades to other people in class and potentially get some ass from the GPA whore (the dumb girl who will suck any guy's male private part with a 3.25 GPA or higher) but f**k off dude don't bother me when I'm trying to study with the goal of 1). Attempting to make sure you covered everything in class by asking other students or 2.) Attempting to scare me into making me think you have studied so hard and are going to do better than me on the final.  SCREW YOU AND LEAVE ME ALONE, maybe people would like to be around you if you weren't so damn annoying and competitive.   

Studying and Exam Taking / Adderall-Law school finals/studying
« on: November 23, 2005, 06:56:43 PM »
Fellow 1Ls,2Ls and 3Ls:

 Would like your input on this subject.  Used the powerful blue uppers of AD in undergrad and currently considering using them for my three hour exams in law school.  I do not take these pills frequently but find when I take them while reviewing material, AD is extremely helpful and productive.  On the other hand, I got into law school because of my LSAT score and on that test under the consumption of adderall I scored signifiantly lower.  Therefore, for the ultimate LSAT test, I determined taking the blue pill was couunter productive and I did not consume AD on test day.  Ultimately I scored well enough to get into a T50 school (hence the previous sentence of LSAT=law  school acceptance).  I need help in determining if that should be the same rule (haha, I f-ing hate legal writing 1) for Fall 1L exams or if I should take the dirty amphetamine salt that makes me feel cracked out because it would keep me alert and focused upon fact patterns and black letter law during the final?  Please give input.  Don't judge.  I'm being honest and actually upfront about something a lot of people consume at many law schools. Thank you for your advice.

T john1

P.S. I'm not diagnosed with ADD or ADHD but I have a great deal focusing and my mind runs in multiple directions.  I do feel that IF I went to a doctor he/she would diagnose me with ADD or ADHD.  I'm reluctant because I know what the effects of Adderall are on me and DO NOT want to feel those everyday.  Complicates things..doesn't it? Just like a confusing hypo.


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