« on: December 14, 2009, 08:31:18 PM »
People aren't inherently identifiable. However, if one doesn't block their e-mail address, links their LSN, and posts identifiable information like school, major, home state, interests etc; adcoms can make fairly accurate deductions. Furthermore, most anecdotal evidence supports the notion that they won't search you for the fun of it. It's more when one comes off as obnoxious in general - and to the school in specific - do adcoms background check.
do you think they would continue checking even after one has their j.d. wouldn't that be a waste of time?
That wouldn't be hard to find out at all; you already know his name. SA goons tracked down a scammer using nothing but his online name, took pictures of his house, the door to his office (behind two security doors) and his kids' school, and all they had to go on was his user name. Scary.
When did the Steelers become the worst team in football?
take that back right now. my Brownies looked downright respectable out there. (to be fair, temperature in the Cleve is showing 11 degrees right now, feels like -13 --all bets are off when you're playing on the lakeshore in that kind of cold.)
Apparently there was a five-alarm fire in the building across the street from me last night. I didn't even hear the firetrucks.
I live in the building on the left.
Hey guys. I was in the Army for sometime and went to college after I got out. I decided I wanted to go to lawschool but I didn't have a load of bread and my grades were not so hot. So I took my LSATS got a 148. I got rejected from every school I applied to but a school in school in Massachusetts that was unaccredited. I didn't really know what that meant at the time and they were sort of sketchy on that until i was paid up.
Anyways, I am looking to get out. Unfortunately I am a L2 already. Anyone know if I can still transfer somewhere else.
What's wrong with that? I've fallen in love after every first date I've been on.