Hey Idiot, your the one who started the assumptions by your ignorant assumption that you know what everyones GPA is at cooley. Remind me how you think you know more about the people to the left and the right of me than I do sitting next to them? THAT proves how little you know about yourself and your "reasonable" statements.
I never made a statement that reflects the assertion that I somehow represented myself to know what anyone's GPA is at Cooley law school. I merely said that you won't see Cooley students with 4.0 UGPA and 175 LSAT scores. Perhaps you should reread my post. Since I doubt you have the ability or desire to do so, I will quote myself and make your life easier:
"You will not see a Cooley One L with a 4.0 UGPA and a 175 on their LSAT."
That statement cannot be reasonably construed to mean that I "know what everyones GPA is at cooley". I simply stated my belief, specifically that students attending Cooley law do not have 175 LSAT and 4.0 UGPA. My belief is grounded in simple reality - a student with such credentials would be privy to full ride scholarships at a host of other, better ranked, academically superior schools with better reputations.
I don't know more about the students sitting next to you, but I would bet serious money that not one of them could prove such high credentials.
Again, you assume too much, read too little, and have trouble understanding arguments. I suspect it is due to your apparent interest in taking this thread personally.
Here is the question posed by the OP, which is what I attempted to answer:
Why is Cooley Law so despised?
That is in the subject line of the thread, meaning you were aware that there was likely to be some criticism leveled at the school. So why are you attacking me for explaining my opinion on the matter? You haven't accomplished anything, save to prove out that one of the reasons Cooley is so hated, their student body is chock full of morons who don't belong in law, is justified. Wouldn't your position be better served by providing examples of student success, academic excellence,or, at the very least, providing reasonable, logical arguments that display your ability to think and write like a lawyer? Instead, you've chosen to treat this thread the same way a child would - ignoring substantive argument, avoiding issues raised by others, and making personal attacks.
Here's some free advice:
1) You lose the right to behave like a child when you enter a graduate program.
2) Lighten up - if you suspect that reading a thread might upset you, avoid it. This will prevent you from coming off like a child.
3) If you can't argue a point logically, you have already lost the argument.
4) Be a realist. You aren't doing yourself or anyone else any favors lying to yourself and convincing yourself that Cooley, widely held to be the worst ABA approved law school in the nation, is a top flight law school that students who COULD attend tier 1 school CHOOSE to attend.
5) Learn to remove yourself from your argument. It is plainly obvious that you are angry. If you were capable of objective, dispassionate argument, you might see that the arguments you have provided are, at best, weak and at worst, devoid of any substantive content.