« on: April 11, 2008, 10:03:14 AM »
first of all, sentence structure, im on an internet forum.
second i took the CPA exam in 2000 if you didnt understand that, then why didnt you ask me about the series 7 2005?
third, i bring up the point of money, because people are talking about the reason going to cooley is so bad is because they wont make anything when they graduate. my point was that I make money now, and with my background, i will make money later. Im not picking a school because i am going to try to work for BIGLAW when im done and that im seeking the $150+ salary coming out, I make that now.
as for why im going, im going because i am. thats my biz.
first of all, i would like anyone that tells anyone else that it would be better for them to not go to law school at all, to also include when they went to cooley, where they ranked when they left (assuming they even went there) or if you have never gone to cooley, where you go. because as much as you all want to brag about the fact that you dont go to one school over another, im wondering why you are even at this thread? you dont go, yet you have comments about it? you have never gone, yet you have comments about it? you will never go, yet you have comments about the people that do?
so im wondering what your motivation is. is it to rag on those people you feel to be beneath you? is it penis envy? are you in the top 5% of your respective classes? I bring up my previous history to detail that in certain arenas, some people are excellent at what they do. I promise you that I could mop the floor with every single person on this forum and whom has ever been to this forum in the areas of forecasting and analysis with regard to banking and investments ( and I dont know who has ever been to this forum and really dont care) yet, you people seem to think that my worth in life is based upon my school choice. and your criterion is based upon how much money i will be able to make after i graduate, or lack thereof. I point out that your reasoning is flawed because not only do i make more than most of you, but i will continue to. I havn't worked for 2 months (granted without a law degree) and I know i have still made more than most of you will after you graduate. does that matter? not at all!
deflect all you want, my point is for all of you that have never gone to any school you rag on, do not tell a person that has made a decision to go anywhere that you dont like, that it is better to not go to school at all, than it is to go there. what motivates a person to show themselves to be a male private part like that and tell a person that? I really dont get it. Sports is one thing because its nonsensical, but when a person is chasing a dream, adding the pressure of "you might as well not go to school if you are going to go to cooley" and you have never been there, know nobody there, and dont even know anyone 3 states over from it is just retarded to me. but if thats how your parents raised you, if thats what you believe, and if thats how you plan to raise your kids to be, then good luck with that.
it would be better to not say a thing, maybe offer assistance on how to transfer from cooley, than it is to be a prick and tell a person they are stupid, a dumass, a moron, not worth anything....basically belittling people to make you feel good. Thats just simply feminine hygiene product-ish to me and most people.
All of you can jump on me all you like, apparently none of you can read, because you keep harping on the same thing. I have not praised cooley at all, i havnt even stepped into the place. im just trying to got the few of you that are belittling the people that do go there.
their admissions policy is OPEN. answer this. say all of a sudden, HLS decides to grant everyone that applies there a seat. some say 10000 people. and after the first term, of the 10000 l1's 9000 are booted. after the second term another 300 are booted. education doesnt change, the profs are the same, and they ended up with the same number of students they would have with the same LSAT averages and UGPA as they did before they made the move. with a few people slipping through that were significantly lower. then harvard (whom mind you is changing their standards with regards to lower income students being given free tuition undergrad) decides to do this again for the next 5 years. Their reason for this is they are protesting the Bias of the USNWP ranking system, so they like cooley decides to have an open admission policy. but you still have to make the grade. HLS understands that employers also have this superficial bias, so they are giving more students the opportunity to also have HLS on their degree that ordinarily wouldnt. and with this experiment, of the 10000 seats filled with L1's, 5000 are wack students by you all's standards sub 3.0 ugpa and sub 160 lsat score. of the 5000, 300 actually do a good job and finish in various percentiles. does that make harvard immediately a garbage school? do the people that attended HLS during those dates have an Asterisk by their name on their resume, like they are roger clemmons or something? because you didnt go there, does that automatically make you better? unless you are in the top "only you" percentile....you are an idiot to someone else too. remember that.
i'll tell you what, like i said, i might transfer, i might not. but if i do, ill keep everyone here, especially those douchebags that keep trying to clown others, where i go, and whether or not i find it difficult to make that move.
as for my grammar and spelling and punctuation and whatever......ummm, you can read it cant you. and you can understand what im talking about, so it really doesnt matter what and how i misspell anything. I guess there is a class in school, that im going to miss because im going to go to cooley that teaches you how to not misspell a word on an internet forum. thats going to limit me forever in life.