« on: March 10, 2009, 09:33:19 AM »
Oh, I get it. I just find it remarkably juvenile.
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I'd bet money that their marriage cannot survive three years of being apart, while they are both involved in incredibly intense and pressure-packed professional school programs. Hell, even if they both go to the same school, it's gonna be rough.
You never know. In fact, no one knows but them, and even they can't be 100% that it's going to work or going to crumble. Which doesn't do a whole lot to explain why she's asking the internet. Maybe she's just looking for reassurance that it can work, validation that her gut is telling her the right thing, whatever.
And if you do all that (instead of building a birch bark canoe, or something useful, like holding down a job so you won't have to borrow quite as much), you know what grades you'll probably get? Pretty much the same grades you would have gotten if you hadn't done all that crap over the summer, before you had any idea what you actually needed to learn.
I particularly love the folks who casually say you should read the E&E's - presumably cover to cover. How freaking retarded. At least a third of what's in every E&E will never be taught in your class. Even worse, some of what's in there is just simply wrong (at least as far as your professor is concerned.)
But whatever, feel free to kill yourself if you think it will help you. Maybe it will. It probably won't, at least not enough to matter. By the time the exam rolls around, pretty much everybody's going to know it backwards and forwards, and all those hours you spent reading the E&E will have been wasted.
You continue to bash prepping and people who prep when you yourself didn't prep and probably didn't even read PLS. You are entitled to your opinion and I appreciate that you are trying to help 0Ls, but your view is no more valid than that of vercingetorix. In fact, I think V's argument makes more sense than yours.