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THat's got merit too. And I guess the answer is that I am not in a huge rush. I can wait. And I can visit.

yes, hot is a good thing. Unless it is a stove that you just touched.

Thank you so much :) Man, this board is way better than paying for a shrink :)

I like them. But then I like all glasses. I think they are hot.

Oh I am TOTALLY with you. My last job was as a financial planner's assistant :) One of the other huge benefits is that I become vested in our retirement plan and I can keep sacking away large sums into my IRA--I intend to max it out every year, especially because early money is the fattest when you get out.

PHEW. Plus now I can get a posh apartment and a cool laptop.

Thank you guys SO much for your help. I am going to do the C-M thing part time for now... even if it turns out I need to leave my job & go full time, I will have saved a semesters tuition and recieved at least $9000 in income over that semester I wouldn't have otherwise. And you guys are right, the salarys out of CM are higher, I can always transfer, I can always move out west after I graduate, and I have a huge safety net here as well. I will be able to live comfortably and not have to graduate in huge debt.

AGH I love you all. Every one of you.

If I stay in Ohio and go to school part time at Cleveland Marshall, my work will pay for school and all my books. Additionally I get a big xmas bonus, a raise, and I will then start vesting in my retirement program. Net Value including wages: approximately $+52000

If I move out to Oregon and go to school full time at Lewis & Clark I have to pay all living expenses and tuition with big fat student loans (about half of which are private loans and have higher interest rates. The school is ranked higher, and someday I'd like to live out there. Net Value approximately $-42000

There is a difference of about $94000 in net value.

Choosing the Right Law School / Re: On "hold" @ Case
« on: May 25, 2006, 07:54:38 AM »
Its just that if I go to Cleveland my work will pay for law school and all my books.

L & C I will have to take out $42000 in loans a year.

Rejected at Seattle... one less decision, whooohoo! I have heard from them all.

Choosing the Right Law School / Re: On "hold" @ Case
« on: May 22, 2006, 03:33:49 PM »
oh god.... I don't know!!! I am either heading to Lewis & Clark in Portland Oregon or CLeveland Marshall in Cleveland. I am having a panic attack about this today. Yesterday I was stably going to L & C.

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