I am extremely jealous of your acceptances. What made you choose Stanford over Harvard?
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Forget US News. Prepare to be enlightened by my flawless reasoning. I'm not even going to charge you $15.
1. Harvard - top LSAT scores, and even if you graduate at the bottom of your class you can still be a pretentious bastard
2. Yale - the grading system really pisses me off, still an excellent school though
3. Chicago - the site of the first controlled nuclear reaction gives Chicago a boost over Stanford, just watch out for the radiation
4. Stanford - not much to say, but I don't think it should be mentioned in the same class as Harvard and Yale
5. Columbia - no, New York is not the center of the universe
6. NYU - you can always hit on the fashion design majors between your law school classes
7. Michigan - best place to watch over-hyped, mediocre football (unless Ohio State is coming to town)
8. Virginia - best bet is to wait outside a frat house throwing a party and offer a ride home to some extremely drunk sorority girl
9. Cal - loses the tie-break with UMich and UVa because of the hippies, the damn dirty hippies...In the immortal words of Eric Cartman "They say they want to save the world, but all they do is smoke drugs and smell bad."
10. Georgetown - from what I've read in the Starr report, those D.C. interns can get pretty crazy
11. Penn - gets way too much love from US News, and Donovan McNabb stinks
12. Northwestern - gets the edge over Duke because soccer girls hazing was much, much cooler than lacrosse rape
13. Duke - on the plus side, if you can fit it into your busy schedule, I hear the lacrosse team has a few open spots
14. Texas - if law school gets too tough, they have a big clock tower where you can take out your frustrations...great stress relief
15. Cornell - red-headed step child of the Ivy League...all this means is you can watch a bunch of privileged white kids attempting to play sports
Feel free to leave comments*
*This post was in jest, but if you have not figured that out by now, maybe you should rethink law school
My vote would go to the Jets.
I am not sold on any of the quarterbacks being franchise players. If Young can master the offensive scheme, I think he has the best chance. Leinart is very fortunate that he will have the opportunity to hand off to Edgerin James and throw the ball to Fitzgerald and Boldin. I think his job will be "just don't screw it up" but I don't think he will ever be a great QB.
I wish people would stop calling Mike Shanahan a genius. How many coaches could win a Super Bowl with Elway and Davis? I would guess many coaches could. What have they done since Elway retired? They have had good offensive line play under Shanahan, but how much of that is due to the line coaches? They have also done some pretty shady things under Shanahan like greasing their uniforms and not bringing the correct color of uniforms on road games.
Duke it is! I am still on a few waitlists, but I don't see myself hanging on much longer. I am particularly interested in a clerkship after school, and have been extremely impressed with Duke's career center in this regard (just based on my own research).
If recruiting goes as expected in Manhattan, I am hoping to see a Final Four matchup between my alma mater and law school in the near future.
If anyone is looking for a roommate, please let me know. I am a sports (especially football) junkie and have been known to drink a few (or many) beers. If this sounds like you, I imagine we could get along pretty well.
« on: April 26, 2006, 10:46:29 PM »
Hello to everyone.
Ha, very true
It's amusing to me that my generation thinks of Weird Science the TV series, not the movie that it was based on.
For my money, it doesn't get any better than Kelly LeBrock, Anthony Michael Hall, and the other guy
Oh, and Bill Paxton as Chet