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just live a simple life, free of anything that will bring you down.  that way, you don't have to live a schizophrenic life. 

what i mean is, if you have to hide stuff from your employer, the problem isn't the employer finding out; the problem is the stuff you're hiding.
Right.  Whacha smokin'?

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You can rationalize it any way you want, but you're still a bunch of cowards.  Well, I guess that's a given for any aspiring corporate whore. Pardon the hyperbole you godless opportunists. 


That's slander,  what's your real name?
it's actually libel, but i digress.. ;)
Hey, I'm an 0L and haven't had a law class since UG in 94-98.  I new I was on to something though. 

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Setting accounts to private and using fake names for the registration is a good way to make sure you're not found.  Changing your identifying features like age is a good idea, and not using your photo for your the main profile photo is also a good way to stay private.

Alternately, don't put up anything that you'd be embarrassed to have published.

But where's the fun in that?
Damn it how do I get my photo off this site

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You can rationalize it any way you want, but you're still a bunch of cowards.  Well, I guess that's a given for any aspiring corporate whore. Pardon the hyperbole you godless opportunists. 


That's slander,  what's your real name?

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No, and for exactly that reason.  I tend to pretty paranoid about things like that, and try to watch what I say no matter how "anonymous" the site may seem.
I know who you are Galex! Ha Ha Ha Whoooaahh Ha Ha!

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Yea I never keep an account open unless for a utility to communicate with friends.  I keep a low profile ID online.  As it is I'm sure my classmates on this site will be able to ID me in August.  I'm not happy about that either.  You need to relax every once in a while.

Just be cautious about what you post online. Can it be erased (experts will always be able to recover it)?  Be careful who you associate with as well.  Have you heard of guilt by association?  If you ever plan to run for office make sure your're committed to a point of view befor you make it public. Be careful with what you say, and how you say it.

 

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Transferring / Re: T30 Fullride versus Columbia/Penn
« on: May 22, 2007, 08:56:29 AM »
The grass is always greener on the other side.

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Current Law Students / Re: Roper v Simmons
« on: May 22, 2007, 08:17:35 AM »
Well,

I think...
...


I actually can't voice my opinion here. If someone were to find this during my Supreme court Confirmation hearings it could pose a problem. 

ah well.

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Current Law Students / Re: Easiest legal fields to get into?
« on: May 20, 2007, 11:53:25 AM »


And I'd guess those jobs will be more competitive if the Senate passes this: http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/D?c110:1:./temp/~c110ivQcc6::
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They'er always passing something...

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Current Law Students / Re: Softball courses
« on: May 20, 2007, 11:47:20 AM »
I didn't know law schools had easy-A classes.  My senior year at Temple U. ('98) I took Golf for 2 credits.  Yea I is college edumacated in golf!!


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