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General Off-Topic Board / Re: Hey Bluewarrior...
« on: November 20, 2008, 12:45:36 AM »
you're becoming as annyoing as bluewarrior is

General Off-Topic Board / .
« on: November 20, 2008, 12:25:18 AM »

It's a strengthen question about problems of urbanization.

Ok so basically premise is saying there's a lot of folks from rural coming into the city so it's becoming a problem. But then it goes to say instead of solving the problem by stopping flow from rural to urban, they can deal with it by trading goods primarily with the urban population.

C) Then the answer choice says that to strengthen this, we must have that a scarcity of agriculture is most important in urbanization problem.

shouldn't the bold part say "rural" instead to make sense this answer choice?

Prop 8

/end thread

General Off-Topic Board / Hey Bluewarrior...
« on: November 17, 2008, 03:17:01 PM »

...does anyone know what bill clinton and hiliary will do now that they are out of power?...

will bill become a part of obama's administration?  or just keep selling himself out and continue giving pretty speeches?

will hiliary try to run again when she is an old lady??? or will the senate drain her?


Probably enjoying the Win by the Democratic party.

You mad?

General Off-Topic Board / Re: Favorite foods?
« on: November 17, 2008, 03:03:50 PM »
Marinated beef/chicken breast kabob

it's about north american PHD program, and DOES NOT WEAKEN problem.

I can see why B is correct, because age of applicants has little to do with the decline, but I am also not sure about E, which states applicants outside north America has declined.

Bashing quiet minorities has always been socially acceptable.

I think it's become more vocal after Prop 8 passed.  Something about the irony of polygamists voting to define marriage between a man and a woman.  Huh.

Considering the LDS Church banned polygamy a hundred years ago, I think this post is a great example of Mormon bashing

I don't see how morally perverted institution is redeemed for officially banning an immoral act. That's like saying "I'm a good priest now because I stopped raping women and children long time ago."

Well yeah... but you aren't a regular citizen. You claim a morally higher ground than the rest. You are the church or the priest.

I think that the internet has destroyed the information asymmetries that previously dominated the LS application process and schools' placement, and, as a result, people are taking the test increasingly seriously. In 1998, you might have thought that the test was a minor component of your application. Today, you know that your future is riding on it.

even in 1998, only idiot believe this.

while i don't particularly want to be assaulted with caveman grammar, i would like to point out that his point doesn't hinge on assuming that smart people thought the lsat was unimportant in 1998 - there were a lot of idiots going to law school in 1998 - there are a lot of idiots going to law school in 2008 - today's idiot is just better-informed and so obsesses a lot more about the lsat (go over to tls and take a look at the people posting in the lsat forum - you'll see what i'm talking about)

will julie really - see what - talking about?

Can you please explain why the December test will be hardest ever?

dude get the drift. she's being facetious.

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