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General Off-Topic Board / Re: Do you live in a friendly city?
« on: July 05, 2006, 12:28:59 AM »
The town I live in right now is very friendly.... as long as you're white.

Wait List / Re: What's your waitlist give up date?????
« on: July 04, 2006, 10:08:13 PM »
Probably around July 15. I need to sign a lease and coordinate a 2,000-mile move during the first week of August. Of course, the in-state tuition (not to mention ranking difference) might be worth paying whatever the fine is for breaking a lease.

Hey, I have to work on the Fourth, so tonight is like a Saturday to me. A co-worker is having a bad day and she wants to drink, so who am I to say no?

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Liz's Guide to All Some Most None
« on: July 03, 2006, 03:31:50 PM »
Really some can be all?

It would require a usage that would make most copy editors cry, but some can indeed potentially refer to all.

As a copyeditor, I wholeheartedly concur. With both ends of your statement.

What was going on on page 110?

And Cassise... nothing wrong with drinking next hour. I *may* be doing the same... we'll see.

self 'tarred.

do you have a photography hobby?

I have a really nice camera...

You take CD cover quality photos....sounds like a way to pay law school.

I thought about becoming a photographer once.  I decided to keep my day job instead.

Part of my job duties is taking photos... not fun for me. The best way to go is to hit up things like weddings and prom (sounds blah, but it can be an ATM).

<<<<<<-----self 'taring....catch it while its hot.

You go with your bad self!

So are people working tomorrow? I know I have to, but I'm old compared to some of you kids... working Tuesday, as well. Certainly not all day, but working nonetheless.

General Off-Topic Board / Re: Will you inherit alot of money?
« on: July 02, 2006, 01:50:48 PM »
My dad died when I was pretty young and my Mom invested a lot of the life insurance money, which enabled from me to pay for my UG without any loans or debt despite coming from a fairly poor, rural environment. My Mom is really the only person that could leave me cash, but I wouldn't be surprised at all if she outlived me... she is a lot more healthy of a person than I am.

BB- I think most applications specify length of personal statements, but if I recall I think the norm was 2-3 pages. Mine was 2.5 pages (724 words). I'm pretty sure I emailed it to you in the winter when I was going through the application process.

mornin' all

I hope you didn't keep getting outdrawn last night. I was going to harrass you for a while but then I saw you'd already logged off, and now I'm having problems with my damn IM. At work, I assume?

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