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Where should I go next fall? / Re: Cooley vs Capital
« on: May 06, 2012, 05:54:27 PM »
You're kind of missing the point.  Of course its not fair.  But by all means keep posting Cooley comparisons with top 14 and T2 schools only to argue what we all know- Cooley sucks yes, but you're not showing that.

No point to Cooley bashing, especially so badly.  We all know about Cooley.

Did anyone mention relying on transferring is a risky and dangerous move?  Its not at all likely.  You will likely be forced to either stay at the school or leave- not transfer.

Where should I go next fall? / Re: Cooley vs Capital
« on: May 06, 2012, 04:25:06 PM »
Big law firms and comparisons with Stanford (or why not Yale or Harvard)? You think that is fair?  Most schools would fail these comparison.

USC looks pretty bad compared to Stanford too.  Does USC suck too?  How about BC or Rutgers? They suck too?  They must- Stanford is better.

General Off-Topic Board / Re: The 99% myth
« on: May 06, 2012, 03:40:17 PM »
Oh its not my first goat.  I know what to do. There is room for one more if you want.

General Off-Topic Board / Re: The 99% myth
« on: May 06, 2012, 12:09:13 PM »
Yeah, I like his goat too.  Its a tough goat though.

Where should I go next fall? / Re: Cooley vs Capital
« on: May 06, 2012, 12:07:44 PM »
Despite the T4 stigma, I've heard good things about Dayton.  They have a decent market in the area-  This is the danger of blanket generalizations, like "best" and "worst".  Given the choice between Capitol and Dayton, I'd pick Dayton.

John, buddy please stop putting me in a position where its necessary to defend Cooley. A comparison with Stanford- are you  f. in kidding me?

I'm not saying Cooley is great.  I'm not saying anyone should ever go there.  I am saying you are not being fair.  Skewing info to cater to a point is just annoying- and unnecessary we all know Cooley sucks.

Ha, did you know its back?  I saw last season (2011) and its as funny as I remember- mocking Twilight in their typical blunt and meaninglessly direct way- "I will fight for you until my heart stops beating, and then I will love you.  And then, I will still love you"- just ridiculous enough to mean nothing, but get the point across. 

Image in you mind? That's 2 dimensional as well.  Too literal.

No, I meant 1 word = 1 definition (2 dimensions). Rather than conceptual understanding.  I made up the word hiwoo, but it still has meaning based on context (the third dimension in this case). The actual, literal meaning of dimensionality will stop someone from understanding that.

You were born in 91? Wow, guess you don' remember all the 90's Star Treks. What about Star Wars or LOTR or Beavis and Butthead?  All that pop culture stuff.  You haven't experienced any of it?  There is some good stuff now, but I haven't seen anything on the epic level in a while (ok maybe Beavis and Butthead isn't epic).

Acceptances / Re: Ok. City University or Phoenix School Of Law
« on: May 05, 2012, 10:18:15 AM »
Don't do this.  You cannot count on transferring or being top of the class.  Its not an easy thing and not at all like undergrad- very few people pull it off.

Your approach is all wrong. If you got a scholarship, I guessing your LSAT isn't that bad.  Only go to a school where you feel comfortable staying. I know that may not be in CO, but you will have to compromise.

Both of these schools have strats in place to stop transfers out.  You will likely loose your scholarship too.  Gl, sorry to be a downer.

You actually bothered to look up tribbles? You have never heard of Star Trek?  Wait, how old are you? How is that even possible?

Not everything mentioned has a quantifiable definition.  Yaya and henway, for example.

You're seeming amazingly two dimensional here, like a hiwoo. ;)

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