« on: March 10, 2009, 08:22:04 AM »
I'm sorry, this is just a really sensitive issue for me. My entire life I've wanted to go to law school and get a law degree so that I can use it to help end violence against women and girls. That is all. I honestly didn't mean to start an agrument.
I really don't think there's anything for which you need to apologize.
I agree...nothing to apologize for.
And Susan B. What is illogical about telling people to withhold judgement and exercize their brains...look at an issue from multiple angles since, as I aptly pointed out, that's what we all supposedly hope to do in our life's work? Tell me please...Tell me what is illogical about the maxim "Practice doesn't make perfect; perfect practice makes perfect". Did you not try to perfect your LSAT-taking skills before you sat for the real thing? Conceptually, the idea that Candy refuses to think as a law student or lawyer because she is not yet in law school is disingenuous and, frankly, demonstrates a lack of intellectual and emotional chops for the career she is seeking, the community she hopes to be a part of.
Such a person will someday soon respond in class that the Supreme Court was wrong in its decision "because they just are, that all".
First rule of being a lawyer: it doesn't matter what you think, only what you can prove. And none of us can yet prove that CB is a batterer. There appears to be some evidence that he has a problem and that he brutalized his girlfriend. But everything I said below demonstrates that I hold very logical conversations. Don't go there. I frustrate only the weak. I stink only to the weak. The strong always give me my props.
What part of any of that is illogical, Susan B.?
I'm sure you think you hold very logical conversations, but you certainly don't seem able to prove it.
Are you already a lawyer by the way? Is that how you know what the rules of being a lawyer are?