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I say it to get a rise out of you.  Plenty of people PM me and we exchange normal, civil conversation.  I assure you, my job is far from pathetic and my wife far from fat, but continue with the personal attacks if it makes you feel better for being a loser.

I simply get a kick out of watching turds like you that know nothing about the real world get fired up when I post my OPINION on their domain.

Also, my job requires no ass kissing at all whatsoever.  I am a government representative in the contracts I deal with so it is the vendors' lawyers that need to do the ass kissing.  In case you didn't notice, there is no shortage of companies that want to do business with the government.

Yeah, you are just a normal, upstanding guy who gets his kicks out of coming to the internet and telling people 'you should be happy you even got into law school,' and 'have fun as an ambulance chaser, loser.'  I bet you have a screen name at some testicular cancer support group forum, and you go there and brag about having two testicals.  Yeah, you are completely normal.  Nothing wrong with this guy.  He's not trying to compensate for anything...

Oh, yeah, I especially like the 'I have plently of pleasant conversations through PM.'  Yeah, LMFAO.  You have to say that because you don't have a single encouraging post and you know it.  What a troll.

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Jeusus Christ, both of you, just _f**ck'n quit already.

Hey, I have an easy solution to your problem.  If you don't want to read it, then don't.  Problem solved. ;)

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General Board / Re: Women In Law School
« on: May 10, 2006, 03:49:47 PM »

Impossible.


Sounds like you have a crush on this guy.

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General Board / Re: Women In Law School
« on: May 10, 2006, 03:45:16 PM »
I think women have an equal chance, if not a better chance than men.  Plenty of firms come out and say that they actively recruit women and minorities.  The same goes with educational institutions.


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Ha.  Its funny how you kept bragging about you LSAT to me until I figured out that you and I had nearly identical scores (and that you were bragging about yours...haha).  Since I pointed that out you have moved onto imaginary things; you don't have anything else to grasp on to.  I guess I could correct you, but then I would be just like you: a loser bragging about his personal life through an anonymous IM handle.  There is a reason people don't introduce themselves as "Hi, I'm Joe, I have a free education and a beautiful wife."  Its because anyone who desperately seeks acceptance, or brags like that is obviously fundamentally flawed in another portions of their life.  Whats up with you, Erapitt?  Do you have a weight problem?  Aweful, disfiguring acne?  Are you a midget, or are you just impotent? 

My guess is that you have been floundering is some bad job for several years, dealing with 'contracts and deals,' in which you sometimes come in contact with lawyers.  For some time you have been kissing their ass all day, then going home to kick the dog and yell at your fat wife.  You lucked into an opportunity and are actually experiencing some level of success for the first time in your life.  Because it is so new to you, and because it is a shining beacon in your otherwise depressing existence, you come to an anonymous internet forum to brag.  But then again, thats just a guess.  Am I right? 

If not, please explain to us why anyone feels the need to spend their time saying bad things to people they will never meet.

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Again, it is still a word.  

Florida, you are a moron.  The difference between you and I is you get heated over this stuff while I sit back and laugh.  At the end of the week I have a nice paycheck, free school, and a beautiful wife to go home to.  You, on the other hand, have your school loans and lack of job options ahead of you.  Go back to your little dorm apartment and play with your girlfriend Jill the Sock and quit acting tough on the internet.

Erapitt, there are many differences between you and I.  Not least among them, I am a law student and you are not.  Also, I get a kick out of proving you wrong, while you merely troll around and try to bring others down.

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Yes, one man's experience with transferring is far superior to the information given to me by lawyers and law students combined over a year of deferment.

Actuatlly, a first hand account is universally recognized as being superior to an unaccountable source.  Hence the legal doctrine of hearsay, but we wouldn't expect you to know anything about that seeing as you aren't in law school.

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Again, it is still a word.  

Florida, you are a moron.  The difference between you and I is you get heated over this stuff while I sit back and laugh.  At the end of the week I have a nice paycheck, free school, and a beautiful wife to go home to.  You, on the other hand, have your school loans and lack of job options ahead of you.  Go back to your little dorm apartment and play with your girlfriend Jill the Sock and quit acting tough on the internet.

speculation and conjecture...

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Yes, it is impossible for me to know more about law school or the legal profession because I am not currently enrolled.  I only live in reality and work in the real world with lawyers everyday.  

Silly me.  I concede.  Florida, you are the best man, I wish I could be a nancy boy cupcake like you....

Nevermind, I like being employed.

Do you really think you know more about law school transfers than someone who has actually experienced it?

Erapitt, why don't you tell us about the sensation of walking on the moon.  It would be about as informative as your current babbling.

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ir·re·gard·less    ( P )  Pronunciation Key  (r-gärdls)
adv. Nonstandard
Regardless.


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[Probably blend of irrespective, and regardless.]
Usage Note: Irregardless is a word that many mistakenly believe to be correct usage in formal style, when in fact it is used chiefly in nonstandard speech or casual writing. Coined in the United States in the early 20th century, it has met with a blizzard of condemnation for being an improper yoking of irrespective and regardless and for the logical absurdity of combining the negative ir- prefix and -less suffix in a single term. Although one might reasonably argue that it is no different from words with redundant affixes like debone and unravel, it has been considered a blunder for decades and will probably continue to be so.

Source: The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
Copyright © 2000 by Houghton Mifflin Company.
Published by Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.

*ETA source*

 ;D

I was just going to say something about 'the word you were looking for was irrespective.'

funny.


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