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I know what I know because I need to know it.  But I don't let myself know what I shouldn't know.  I wouldn't be very good at my job if I let someone like me know what I know.  Therefore, I don't let myself know what I shouldn't know.   
-Michael Garibaldi

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To know what you know is knowing what you know?

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To know enough that you know you not know....deep.  Very zen.

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Did you just say "sorry" Julie? uh, no :(.

I'm not disagreeing with you here.  And I am reconsidering how much I care about this.  Even a dog knows to stop chasing its tail eventually.


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General Off-Topic Board / Re: The 99% myth
« on: May 13, 2012, 11:40:03 PM »
Dancing? or elaborating a point with a similar situation or pattern.  You and analogies are not the best of friends.

To answer the question: do the poor get bailouts? A bunch of things need to get defined- what is a bailout?  Big money or small money?  Why give a bailout? To save one person's life or save a company from going bankrupt?  Who gets bailouts, after its defined?  Companies? Individuals?

I see where you are trying to go with welfare = a 200 billion dollar corporate bailout thing, but you jump so fast into it that no clear thought pattern is made.

Do the poor get bailouts?  Well by my definition, no- they're poor dude, its a mercy not a macro economics business decision.  Once more, the only people affected directly economically by the poor soul that gets food stamps is the poor soul who gets food stamps.  The micro versus the macro makes all the difference in this case.

Now add up all the poor into a macro- next step.  Still no good because its a system that we as a society run at a loss for purposes of mercy.  The "bailouts" you mentioned were strategic. Designed to prevent companies from collapsing, crushing macro economies- self preservation, not mercy.

By your definition or insinuation (I can't tell which you are trying to do) Haiti got bailed out- how many 10s of thousands died? Can't bail that out.  All you can do is try to help someone dying in the sand.

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Where should I go next fall? / Re: Cooley vs Capital
« on: May 13, 2012, 11:16:55 PM »
First you put down 2/3s of the population and insinuate anyone who got less than a 170 LSAT is "handicapped".

Now you wish to offer them your protection to make things "equal".

Are you actually basing this on Mien Kompf? Seriously?

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Fair enough, it is what it is. All the "inside" LSAT knowledge is mostly speculation and conjecture. 

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General Off-Topic Board / Re: The 99% myth
« on: May 13, 2012, 03:53:02 PM »
strategy, silly goose.

Also a word for edible panties. 

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Share what you have learned about UMass, please.  I poked around a little and really got no where- which makes me suspect there isn't too much going on for students in the Dartmouth area. I have real hopes for UMass, but idk.

NESL or UMass?  Both are risky, buy Roald's analysis is a good one.  In Mass, of all the schools on the lower end, UMass is probably you're best bet.  Problem is, its still a gamble.  But so is Suffolk, W. NE and NESL. Don't scoff at going cheaper- that is a huge deal, huge. Good luck.

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The Powerscore books address it- according to them, some types of questions are used at different times.  I can't remember specifics, but the relative differences should be small. There are so many kinds of LGs, for example-  They use a normal kind as a base frequently and change up a kind or another periodically making them unusual.

Your question is actually too complex to be answered here.  Good luck.

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