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General Off-Topic Board / Re: Strip Clubs.
« on: April 10, 2006, 02:18:14 PM »
yeah, what is it with older women being more into the male strip club thing?  i wonder what's behind that...?

Don't women hit their sexual peak in their 30s? Often times they can't even orgasm until well into their 20s.

yeah, but I still don't see why that would translate into being wildly attracted to something that i currently find laughable/ridiculous/gross.

Did boys have cooties in 1st grade?

no, i was chasing boys in preschool  ;D

I'm sure, however, you got the point. :)

yes, and I was refuting it.   :)

gotta agree with goodgal on this one

ditto, as children we went from playful flirting to now sexual attraction.  In twenty years we aren't (hopefully) now going to jump to panting over a man in a thong swinging over our heads.  i have never thought a man in a thong was attractive...and i have no desire to begin thinking it is.  

Anyways, i am sure there are other ways (and places) for a woman to enjoy her sexual peak - whenever it may occur for her-  than at a strip club

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General Off-Topic Board / Re: Strip Clubs.
« on: April 10, 2006, 02:06:08 PM »
yeah, what is it with older women being more into the male strip club thing?  i wonder what's behind that...?

wait til you spen 15-20 yrs withthe same guy and life is so dull you like to watch paint dry.

you might be one of those wild older women too!

Not this chick  ;).

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General Off-Topic Board / Re: Strip Clubs.
« on: April 10, 2006, 02:05:25 PM »
My friend in college went to a male revue, she said all she did was laugh the whole time. She didn't find it sexy.

I ended up not going to one of my friend's bachlorette parties, though, because she was having it at a strip club and I think my boyfriend might have been weird about me going.

You didn't miss anything...A good friend of mine is having strippers at her bachelorette party and I told her I would send my money for the food by someone.  She thinks I am being selfish- but so what.  I will NOT sit through something like that agian, even for free.


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General Off-Topic Board / Re: Strip Clubs.
« on: April 10, 2006, 01:57:54 PM »
While in college a few of my friends and I thought it would be fun to go to a male revue.  It wasn't.  It is exactly how you think it would be- a joke.  We had a good laugh at the women who were going crazy of the men rubbing themselves all in the ladies' faces (much older women I might add).  And a even bigger laugh at the interesting names they gave themselves- we all wondered how they can stay like that for their entire routine ???.  I was more focused on the covercharge for getting in then the men that were there (there goes my eating out money for this week) :(.  

And plus the male strippers are much more interactive with the audience than then female strippers.  They take certain women on stage and flip them upside down and "pretend" to do all kind of freaky stuff to them.  This experience is what made me vote yes, but never agian.  

I have had much better experiences from girls who have went with guy friends to the female strip clubs- and the male viewers probably act much more tame than those women at the club I went to.  Most of the girls who said they went agreed that they tended to get more attention from the girl strippers than the guys they were with- which caused the guys to be more interested in the "show" and tip more heavily.

I knew a girl who was a stripper and she said that the men really aren't supposed to get to touchy.  The male strip clubs obviosly don't have this rule because some of the women were actually PULLING them off the stage and GRABBING them everywhere to do so.  


hmmm, but ive heard the women at those clubs get CRAZY!!!

and the guys let them.

much more than you would normally get away with at a female club...


yeah, i've heard that too. who knows.  anyway i can't imagine being turned on by that and I'm pretty sure most of my friends feel the same way.  we'd all rather go to a regular (girl) strip club.

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I am a single parent of a eight year old and have decided- after much debate on my part to take him with me- to let him stay with my parents during the first year of law school.

I know the first year takes A LOT of time outside of the classroom and I don't want to have him with me only to have him spend the whole day watching me study.  He is very active in sports and the church in our home town and he has begged me to let him stay with my parents (who are happy to have him).  My goal is to come home on the weekends and the many breaks throughout the year- school is two hours away. 

I know it will be hard because I am used to being with him and doing so much with him but he is at the age where he understands and I know that moving him would cause him more harm than good especially since third grade is when major testing takes place.

I just hope I don't get too home sick without him...

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I held many leardership roles in a black organization- including president- and my main focus was the betterment of the organization as it worked to help blacks both on the campus and in the community.  I was about getting the work done.  WHile we never had a non-minority on the executive board I recall one very dedicated white male who was the committee chair of one of the organizations.  He worked hard and was very dedicated to the organization.

I do feel that blacks should strive to show their strenghts and maintain lead roles over our organization- becuase WE are supposed to be the ones that know what our race needs/wants to hear and see happen.  However, I also belive that we should not get into the habit of ostracizing others who are genuily willing to help. 




I agree.  However we must be careful in distinguishing helping us from leading us.  Leading encompasses helping, but helping does not encompass leading.

Definately- this distinction can only be made by stong black leaders in our organization.  That is why we need to ensure that when we select a leader that the individual is dedicated to both the cause of the organization and the betterment of our race.  When these things are first and foremost on the leader's agenda he/she won't be misled by anyone.

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I held many leardership roles in a black organization- including president- and my main focus was the betterment of the organization as it worked to help blacks both on the campus and in the community.  I was about getting the work done.  WHile we never had a non-minority on the executive board I recall one very dedicated white male who was the committee chair of one of the organizations.  He worked hard and was very dedicated to the organization.

I do feel that blacks should strive to show their strenghts and maintain lead roles over our organization- becuase WE are supposed to be the ones that know what our race needs/wants to hear and see happen.  However, I also belive that we should not get into the habit of ostracizing others who are genuily willing to help.  


no problems with non blacks being members.. but I'd definitely have a problem with them being in leadership positions..the slight isn't against them but the black students who are either apathetic or do not feel that they are capable enough to handle their own BLSA..


I agree... I have witnessed too many instances where blacks shy away from leadership roles that should (and can) be thiers.

Besides, there are many people who are part black that don't have black skin.

You don't have to have black skin to be black- I have many family members in Louisiana who could probably "pass" but if you ask them they are black!  

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During my last year of college I lived in an on campus apartment and didn't have a meal plan.  I didn't spend over $140 a month on food.  You have to remember that somethings that you are placing a weekly amount on you won't have to buy every time you go the grocery store so it shouldn't be averaging it in for every time.  You will spend the most money during your first grocery shopping visit where you will by your necessities and all of the variuos items you will need (budget about $300 for this trip).

Another way to make your grocery shopping more budget friendly is to make a menu for two weeks (or however far out you want to shop).  NOt anything fancy but just an idea of the kind of meals you plan on making for yourself on a daily basis.  This way you can buy items for those meals and many of them will probably overlap. This will also help you not overspend on items that you don't really need (which is something I always do since I have a child). 

Of course this is not for everyone becuase certain cities are higher and some people will obviously have more expensive appetites.  However,  during law school I plan on getting on more of a strict budget than during undergrad where I was working. 

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Georgia-  34
Mercer-  87
Ga state-  97

Thank you.  I was just curious.  

After visting schools I have come to realize that these numbers can't be the deciding factor on such a major decision. My main reasons for deciding to stick with Mercer is because of the close knit atmosphere and the advanced legal writing program they offer- not to mention that their bar passage rate is consistently good. 

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I can't access that on my work computer... Can someone give me the rankings for University of Georgia, Mercer, and Georgia State?

Thanks

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