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Black Law Student Discussion Board / Re: For the ladies
« on: July 07, 2006, 09:13:21 AM »
I spoke to a friend of mine who recently graduated from  northeastern she is currently studying for the ny/nj bar. Interestingly enough she said her real goal is to be a housewife. Just wondering how many women feel the same.


I swear this girl in my class just told me the same thing. 

Pardon my saying so, but wouldn't it have been easier to become a housewife $130k ago without 3 years of lawschool?


That's what I said ??? I mean grant it, she doesn't want to marry any old joe but to spend three years in school just to throw it all away to be a stay at home mom/wife boogles my mind. Her explanation I need a solid back up.

I personally have never been the stay at home type. I'd like kids and I'd like to settle down but not at the expense of my career. If my partner wants to be a stay at home mom maybe if the incomes right... but alas to each his/her own.

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Black Law Student Discussion Board / Re: For the ladies
« on: July 06, 2006, 10:33:49 PM »

can u add a view choice for those that wish to see the results?

you can call it dogs, dudes, helmets, love machies,
etc...  ;D

K...done

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Black Law Student Discussion Board / For the ladies
« on: July 06, 2006, 10:17:55 PM »
I spoke to a friend of mine who recently graduated from  northeastern she is currently studying for the ny/nj bar. Interestingly enough she said her real goal is to be a housewife. Just wondering how many women feel the same.

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 Thank you for the welcome faith :D

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The the gay rights movement did not begin nor end with the fight for marriage equality this movement dates back to stonewall riots 1969 (and probaly even before that). As a black gay woman I honor the civil rights movement as well as the women's suffrage movement and in my eyes the similarities outweigh the differences. This is a struggle for equality plain and simple. The title marriage means nothing to mean not having the same rights as my hetrosexual counterparts means everything.

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  You've got to get in your professor's head.  Take their practice exams and show them to the professor.  Do the same exam again and take it back until you get into the "A" range. Do another one and another one.  Practice makes perfect. 

So the professor's have practice exams readily available that you take and they grade? Are these practice exams similiarly to the actual exams?

What I mean by "practice" exams is that you actually take one of your professors old exams, typically on file in the library, and you take it for practice.  Most professors will go over your answer; some will require that you bring in a group so that they're not repeating themselves over and over, some will even go so far as to give you a ball park estimate of where your answer would fall IF this were a real exam.  Some won't.  Depends on the prof.


Thanks for the clarification  :D

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Minority Topics / Re: to our gay brothers and sisters...
« on: July 06, 2006, 01:08:29 AM »
I know I'm weird or something, but I've definitely been able to have a great time with boys, and I've never imagined them as girls.  I just like hanging out with girls more, for the most part.  They're the people I generally choose to have relationships with.  But I could see falling in love with a man and being happy for some time with him.

So you could be Bi?

i would say she is, buut she leans heavily towards girls.

jut another thing i hjave in common with her  ;D

I'm technically bisexual, sure, but I call myself a dyke or a lesbian, and I prefer others to do the same.  I know plenty of straight women who have messed around with other girls or even dated girls in college; I extend them the same courtesy.  :)

Bottom line... we are who we say we are things are very rarely black and white.

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Minority Topics / Re: to our gay brothers and sisters...
« on: July 06, 2006, 01:04:06 AM »
lol...

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  You've got to get in your professor's head.  Take their practice exams and show them to the professor.  Do the same exam again and take it back until you get into the "A" range. Do another one and another one.  Practice makes perfect. 

So the professor's have practice exams readily available that you take and they grade? Are these practice exams similiarly to the actual exams?

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Minority Topics / Re: MILE
« on: July 05, 2006, 04:00:19 PM »
Not sure same thing is happening to me if I find out I'll PM you.

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