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U of Texas - Austin / Re: MySpace Group for UT Law 2009
« on: July 11, 2006, 12:17:27 PM »
Some of us prefer chatting and posting over here since we like this message board system a lot better.

Yeah, the message board on MySpace absolutely blows, but it is fun to "lurk." A guilty pleasure, no doubt.

U of Texas - Austin / Re: Societies
« on: July 11, 2006, 12:12:27 PM »
At least it won't be all GDIs :D  That being said, I have a feeling it won't be extremely "fratty" Greeks as a whole. (unfortunately)

Bahahahahaha, GDI, good call.

For those that don't know, GDI stands for (and I say this without prejudice) God Damn Independent(s). It's what Greek people tended to call non-Greek people who thought they were too good to be a part of our system. Common arguments by GDIs are things like: "I don't need to buy my friends" and "greek life will ruin my GPA."

Interestingly enough, though it is in-style to try and rid every campus of their Greek systems, despite our long legacies (many fraternities and sororities were born with the schools), at many schools, including my own, Greek GPAs were higher than non-Greeks on average.

As for me, consider me at least one of the "extremely fratty" contigent. I like to wear pink LaCoste shirts with my collar popped if for no other reason than to vex all these Cali folk in San Diego. 

U of Texas - Austin / Re: MySpace Group for UT Law 2009
« on: July 07, 2006, 06:01:34 PM »
Is that the same one that's been posted on here before?

Not by me since I joined this forum today, but if so, sorry for the repost! I did post it over at UT Freshlaw.

generally a bad idea unless you have no problem with potential employers, etc. screening your myspace profile (and i most certainly do Wink )

As for being a generally bad idea ... I will have to disagree. I work for the defense industry currently and hold security clearances and this has certainly never been an issue. I suppose if you have something on there that is an issue, that is more your problem than MySpace's.

To each, his own.

U of Texas - Austin / MySpace Group for UT Law 2009
« on: July 07, 2006, 04:20:18 PM »
I have started a group on for UT Law class of '09 on myspace. The group name is Longhorn Law Class of 2009 and should be able to be found here: You may need to get a MySpace account before joining, not sure, as I was already one of those cliche (i.e. bored at work) people with one :)

BTW, we have something like 70 members already.

U of Texas - Austin / Re: Societies
« on: July 07, 2006, 04:07:07 PM »
Now all they need is a good old-fashioned hazing ritual, and things will be just like in undergrad...

Hmmm, already went through that when I pledged a real fraternity during undergrad ... at least I will be well prepared.

U of Texas - Austin / Re: Any word on football tickets?
« on: July 07, 2006, 03:55:50 PM »
I got the email and I signed up as part of the UTLaw2009 group.

I am glad that my first post on here is in this thread ... that was hilarious.

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