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General Off-Topic Board / Too Old for Breastfeeding
« on: July 07, 2006, 11:16:58 PM »
So, I was walking through Target today looking for the shampoo when what to my wondering eyes should appear but a 7-year old standing in the basket his mother was pushing around sucking alternately on her engorged, exposed breasts. She kept telling him not to bite...

*shudders in disgust*

So, it raises the age-old question, how old is too old?

http://www.jokedepot.com/pages/women/women84.html

(And, no, I wasn't "looking")

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Try to contact "Paikea" She'll be a 2L at Gonzaga this fall...

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Whatcha think?

Blue, I think it's time to ditch the shaved female private part picture... It disturbs me greatly... Nice allusion though...

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Sax, you are one screwed-up, angry dood...  :o

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Where should I go next fall? / Re: 3.5/152 ... help
« on: July 07, 2006, 07:55:54 PM »
yo paige!

yeh i looked at it looks good! definitley went on my long list of schools to be widdled down.

It's whittled, not widdled. w-h-i-t-t-l-e-d...

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MUHAHAHAHAHA! NEVER! THEY ARE AVERAGED FOREVER! MUHAHAHAHAH! :P

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Where should I go next fall? / Re: 178/3.65 -- Any Advice?
« on: July 07, 2006, 07:53:32 PM »
I scored a 178 on the LSAT and am currently sitting with a 3.65 GPA as a philosophy concentrator at the University of Michigan. My EC and other soft factors are solid (but by no means stellar). The three schools at the top of my list are Yale, Harvard, and Chicago. Yale is certainly a big reach, Harvard perhaps slightly more reasonable, and Chicago a pretty realistic possibility. For those who care to comment, I would really appreciate your input on a couple questions:


1. Is my LSAT high enough to compensate for my unremarkable GPA at either Yale or Harvard? What would you say my chances of admission are at those two?

2. If my chances at Yale and Harvard are decidedly slim, is it worth it to apply binding ED at Chicago? Would that adversely affect potential scholarship offers?


This is my first post on this board, so I hope I've observed proper LSD decorum. Thanks in advance for any advice you may have.

--Eric



1. You're a dipshit... You'll get in anywhere you apply, Harvard/Yale included.

2. You'll have money and scholarship offers coming out of your #$@!

3. Enjoy your life at the top BIG LAW firms... Schmuck... ;)

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Yeah, my father's entire family is just 10 minutes from there... Would be nice...

did you let them know this?  have you called or visited the campus?  try to let them know that you WILL attend if admitted. 

I did, but they told me that their decision was entirely arbitrary based upon how many accepted applicants gave up their spots and who got reviewed first off the waitlist... They were actually kind of curt with me when I asked my chances and tried to share my situation, but I suppose that's understandable...

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Gonzaga is a good legal writing school.... So is Seattle...

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