This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.
Messages - tenaciousd
« on: October 11, 2008, 11:22:52 PM »
after careful consideration of a previous post, i think its safe to say an error was made on my part. and so i can see how i made a not so great comment. i now know how to handle a different viewpoint better than i did in my previous post after something was clarified for me. a heartily thank you to those who shed light on this.
« on: October 10, 2008, 07:28:05 PM »
this may sound outlandish but what about reading several books or articles to boost your rc? obviously i'm not talking about this to substitute intense lsat studying, but if you really want to improve your rc before law school would investing in some good reads--literature or non-fiction--do no good in improving your overall rc? i.e., scholarly journals; moral/philosophical papers; literature? which subject would be best for this, if at all? muchos gracias.
« on: October 10, 2008, 06:35:34 PM »
^lol, a confabulated response in order to deviate from what i'm saying. my core issue was on judaism. you are not applying its basic principles to your dictum. judge judy, who will be smarter than you ever will, insults people in her courtroom all the time by calling them 'idiot,' 'moron,' and 'stupid.' does that make her ignorant? we just like stating the obvious.
your issue-spotting is doing you more harm than good because of your effort to ridicule me when i have stated simple facts. you are convoluted and cannot get to the point. you might not be able to live with someone, i don't know, but judging by your posts, you love to get caught up in unnecessary arguments and get on my bad side when clearly, i never once insulted you. rather, you insulted me.
there were no grammatical conventions in my post. this isn't an appellate brief. this was a simple post that asked a simple question, and it seems you can't answer simple questions, which has foreshadowed your inability to address anything simple.
my outlandish assertions? lol. what outlandish assertions? don't use flowery language or big words to make it seem as if i did something that deviated from normal. i asked you why don't you follow the core tenets of judaism, which includes kindness and humbleness. and guess what? you chose not to answer it (again), because you can't stand the fact that you're deviating from what your religion is teaching you to do, to be a better person.
you clearly can't answer a simple question. instead, you chose to skirt the issue. i don't care what you think, the undeniable aspect of this conversation is that you couldn't even answer a simple question without stirring controversy. it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure this out, but maybe we'll get one for you.
« on: October 10, 2008, 05:36:56 PM »
you are an utter fool, abc. those are the only three letters in your vocabulary. what was grammatically incorrect in my last post? obviously nothing, you retard. did i say i want lsat help from you? i asked you four simple questions, not to give me your lowdown or routine on how you did it. lol. drop out of law school now, because YOU obviously can't comprehend what i'm even SAYING! you are so ridiculous it is beyond belief.
secondly, if you consider judaism to be a culture, you have to accordingly apply its basic tenets to your life. you can't cherry-pick which ones you deem necessary to suit your interests. otherwise, that is an anomalous approach to the religion entirely. lol. judaism says be humble and kind, but you chose to disregard those virtues. i can't even communicate with someone as low-minded as you.
you are going to be a failure for the rest of your life judging by your choice of words and reaction to my post when, clearly, contained no offensive remarks against you. this is unarguable.
the level of intelligence in your post is offensive to common-sense. law school doesn't want double-talkers, abc.
« on: October 10, 2008, 04:13:04 PM »
well, are you jewish? do you not want to teach me stuff on kabbalah and God? i am very open and am willing to learn. do you pray? don't you think God is judging you right now for being so cold and rejecting? why not embrace the moment and follow what your religion teaches you?http://www.aish.com/literacy/mitzvahs/Day_to_Day_Judaism_Kindness.asp
you are such a horrible example of your religion. i hope to seek another jewish person who is not as inept as you. and if you're thinking i'm fooling around, think again. not only do you act like a little argumentative girl, but you have no balls and can't man up and respond to my question; even after an unnecessary apology on my end! go ahead, counter what i just said by bringing something irrelevant into this matter, but your reaction today speaks for itself.
« on: October 10, 2008, 03:44:32 PM »
i wasn't acting obnoxiously. you were simply playing when i first congratulated you and asked you something. i want to know what books you have read on God that have brought you closer to him and how you live humbly. what is the big deal? my apologies if i came off stingy but i really don't think i did.
« on: October 10, 2008, 03:34:50 PM »
now you're playing to get the best out of what you said. i specifically stated something that i was just curious about--not necessarily true--but of interest. that was the response i would usually get, perhaps i looked in the wrong place or time. if you really are jewish, then i'd love to learn more of it, or maybe you can recommend me some books that you have read on God that have helped you or brought you close with Him. so, are you still not going to answer my previous question?
« on: October 10, 2008, 02:57:18 PM »
abc, i see you took your lsat this month. congrats. mind i ask what was you score; how long you studied; take a prep course?; and what you did the morning of? thank you.
« on: October 10, 2008, 03:46:04 AM »
Well, it seems that Judaism is more of a fashion-trend or the commercialization of God, rather than cordial and invitational to teach others what God is about. I always hear of Muslims and Christians talking of God's love and mercy, but I rarely--if ever--hear of a Jewish person talking about how God loves you, created you, and wants to be in a deep and personal relationship with you.
And to say that they are so rich would be a comical understatement. Persians, Chinese and Indians are definitely richer, because they numerically outweigh them
but on the issue of God, i have yet to hear of an emotive, sentimental invite to be emotional with God. I don't know, it just feels as if they haven't done a good job in teaching their faith as the other two have.
« on: January 06, 2008, 05:27:08 AM »
Some of you would say he has the right to wear a hat in court. In this line of thought, what if the Judge in your case wore an LA Dodgers hat on backwards while he's deciding your case? Would you be fine with that?
In addition, someone respond to this. I was at Barnes-Nobles today and had my feet on the small table where my chair was while reading a book. The employee asked me would you mind taking your feet off? Who was in the wrong, me or her?