« on: December 09, 2009, 01:30:55 AM »
Thales, mind deleting my quote from there? I don't want any proof of my appalling racism.
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« on: December 09, 2009, 01:15:19 AM »
I've heard the 'you can bundle up when it's cold argument', but I still prefer heat. I can't give a rationale why. I think I'm just built for it.
*sigh* so true
« on: December 09, 2009, 12:53:26 AM »
People in Phoenix are like that. When I first got there, I saw people wearing full-on winter coats in 65 degree weather. I laughed. I'm really glad I was able to keep the cold tolerance I got from living in the NW while building a resistance to ass-scorching heat.
The worst heat doesn't bother me - and I've dealt with some serious humidity to boot. I wear jeans even in 105 degree weather. You should feel summer humidity in this state. Even at 1am, it's like stepping out in the middle of a hot rain cloud.
« on: December 09, 2009, 12:05:44 AM »
I didn't realize that they made -33F. I thought life couldn't survive in that weather.
To me, that sounds a lot like -33F, tbh.
What is everyone's opinion on Elon University School of Law? I know it is a relatively new school but I've read some very good things about it.
Be skeptical of new schools. A lot of grads are employed by alumni - thus, alumni circles are very important. Of course, new schools do not enjoy the privilege of friendly alumni hiring one of their own. Consider one who is interviewing in North Carolina. MOst likely, the interviewer will be a UNC, Wake, or even a Duke alum. They are more likely hire one of their own or a grad from a school that they're familiar with. This hurts Elon grads.