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Black Law Student Discussion Board / Re: Scholarships
« on: June 18, 2006, 11:06:30 PM »
I also heard that the deadline was extended to June 30th

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I won't be heading down to DC until the end of July / beginning of August..
but for those that will be there... you should check out the artist Raul Midon.

I just came back from his concert and it was phenomenal! I believe he's touring in Boston and in DC this weekend!

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Congrats on your decision, see you there

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Not taking french lessons seriously in HS.

Not taking longer to study for my LSAT.

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And I do shop Express for Men...




Haha, nice.  Although what would be "wrong" about whatever you're implying, eh?  Are you some sort of intolerant bigot??  

Just kidding.  Seriously, I started going to Express back when it was Structure.  Theyactually do make nice shirts and sweaters.  

Good taste

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I have a question.

For someone that is interested in International Law, do you recommend participating in a summer exchange program with your law school or looking for a job for the 1L summer?

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Black Law Student Discussion Board / Re: HU Advice
« on: April 16, 2006, 07:48:14 AM »
Hey!

I'm Canadian too and I'll be going to Howard.
PM me

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sharsky - how much did you pay for your T43? also, did you get a three year extended warranty?

I got the 3 year warranty and it came with MS Office...
But I also have a brother that works for IBM so I got the Employee and Friends discount.
It was about $2000 Canadian, since I got the extra 512MB Ram and 80GB external HD.

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I decided on the IBM Thinkpad T43:

Pentium M 740(1.7GHz), 2X512MB RAM , 60GB (with an 80GB external) 5400rpm HD, 14.1in 1024x768 LCD, 64MB ATI Radeon X300, CDRW/DVD, Intel 802.11bg wireless, Modem, 1Gb Ethernet, UltraNav, Secure chip, Fingerprint reader, 6c Li-Ion batt, WinXP Pro

Feels good to be finished with the hunt!


Good deal :) A fine machine that is recommended equipment at a lot of schools (including Utah and BYU). Did you look at the T60?

Oingo

I checked out the T60, since I heard about the more powerful Core Duo Chip.  But I went to two different sales reps who both said that the benefits of the Dual chip can't be fully extracted with WinXP and that it will work better with the Vista.  And when the Vista comes out, the price of the comps with the chip will probably be a lot cheaper.  I was told that if using XPPro, the pentium chip would be faster (I think the clock speed is faster) than the latest Duo chips.  I'm not a computer guru by any means, but for my intended use, I didn't think that getting the T60 was worth it!

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