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Messages - iracafella
« on: December 28, 2011, 02:20:08 AM »
Ebay has a really great selection of used books and recordings. I also know that there are a few websites that "rent" books to students for periods of time (most people who do so rent a book for a quarter or semester, then return). I have not checked but I imagine that those websites may offer that service for Bar Exam or LSAT books. If the reader lives near a big city, their local library might even have good stuff. I live in Seattle, WA, so the library here actually had some books to borrow for Bar Review. As far as the "holy grail" (video recordings of Bar Prep lectures or LSAT courses), I have only found fee for service options, or free samples of such options. I do know that ebay is great, and renting websites are great, and I am unaware of illegality for a few friends to buy a PMBR CD together, but then put a copy on each person's itunes.
« on: December 27, 2011, 09:08:40 PM »
I think that your website idea is cool. I like your layout, and what content will come with the layout. I can't think of any idea of criticism, it seems all good to me. I think it would be cool to tell people how there is a pretty big online community of people who sell used LSAT, and Bar Prep, recordings and books. Those Kaplan type companies exploit us financially by offering a 2012 LSAT prep book, when it is 99% the same as last years. Things like PMBR and BARBRI for Bar Prep are more about law, for the bar. So you could use a dated copy and still learn ALOT. They charge alot, but with the online community buying and selling used items, the cost goes way down.
« on: December 27, 2011, 08:05:16 PM »
I like that video. In your proverbial face government!! If you want to be a lawyer, corruption is a pretty standard part of the game though, original poster guy. Dealing with butt hole judges that abuse their discretion and frustrate justice are basically a dime a dozen. That video will surprise you less and less, the more you learn about the law -
« on: December 27, 2011, 07:56:40 PM »
I would say: don't do the full time job, and don't do any unpaid thing. I like your A answer, but I think the academic research option may give enough free time to focus on the LSAT. Have you taken the LSAT? I think the most important thing isn't some notch on your resume (in your 20s), I think it is just getting a GREAT LSAT score, so that you are a BA, and a MBE, holder, AND you have a bomb LSAT score. I think that would matter waaaaay more than any of those things you said. But because it sounds like you have to pick one, I would say A or the research one - but whichever is best for your LSAT. Go for 165+ !!!!
« on: December 20, 2011, 03:48:32 PM »
damn julie. here I am dancing on top of a dead person's grave, and you have to get all serious on me. North Korea is f-in wierd julie. They're government leaders can suck my balls. they can lick my butt and suck on my balls to be exact. Apparently you are appalled or offended at my celebration of the death of a north korean leader, but there is nothing wrong with that. How many tales have you heard or seen, where the evil foe is vanquished at the end of the story, and then the town's people rejoice.
I am jewish, for example. Now here is another example of my dancing: @#!* HITLER AND @#!* GERMAN a-hole NAZI PUSSIES. NAZI'S STOLE MORE ART THAN ANY OTHER GROUP - which is proof that they are not only murderers, but just generally a-hole type of people. Nazism is a pretty strong example of when it's okay to rejoice at death.
HIT EM UP !!!
« on: December 19, 2011, 11:43:06 PM »
hey im in seattle, your in renton, yaaaay. Yea @#!* the power mongers who violate people's rights
« on: December 19, 2011, 09:16:17 PM »
More like i'm high on death
« on: December 14, 2011, 02:04:53 AM »
I actually thought that was pretty good. The video quality was really good, and the songs were pretty well written. I want some serious-ass gangster rap though, about cappin' punks and bangin ho's while slangin that D, while reading about the differences between procedural and substantial due process in a circumstance of Administrative Law at a FDA hearing for a proposed rule. WESTSIDE
« on: December 13, 2011, 01:57:56 PM »
Just go to your settings for the board and turn the profanity filter off.
I looked around in my settings, and I can't find it. Can u please tell me specifically which sequence of html buttons I click, from say, the main page URL?