what's with that combining sentences section?
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He's being sarcastic.
halfie, quit trolling, dammit!
I've already explained why the "motives" were poor given alternative measures that were much more easily accessible.
As for Pearl Harbor, the argument that Roosevelt intentionally ignored his intelligence briefings regarding a possible strike remains inconclusive. Keep in mind that it was the middle of the Second World War and that intelligence reports flooded all corners of the globe daily -- picking the golden eggs out of the litter was difficult, to say the least. To prioritize amongst thousands of reports, some of them conflicting, took almost superhuman effort to begin with. Mistakes were easily made -- judgement calls that seem terrible (and, to you, suspicious) now seemed okay at the time.
As for flaws in national intelligence -- the biggest projects are the easiest to screw up, because minor mistakes snowball massively.
"idiot" wow, that is harsh. if you read my post, i am not spreading any theories. i think the greatest attack on us soil deserves more answers. i appreciate the fact i live in a country where i can pose them without harm....except by aspiring law students.
Being called an idiot constitutes "harm?"
well, not really. i have thick skin.Quotei guess me thinking critically about what i am "told" by the government makes me an idiot. i should just swallow out and believe it to be true. i would probably be happier.
I guess so. I am a neocon, after all, I'm bound by a blood oath to agree with the content of that statement.
I have been lurking for a few weeks while I was putting my application together. Everyone has been great about offering advice and sharing experiences. This is a great resource for everyone.
My GPA has just been calculated, and I am not too happy.
I have a 3.70 from my degree granting school. However, when my first school's grades are factored in, I have a 2.99. That's a pretty huge drop. Over 80% of my classes were taken at my degree granting instituion.
Question: Other than scoring a 180 on the lsat, what are my options now? I have pretty decent work experience and other soft factors. Are there any schools that might look more towards the upward trend?
Any advice/thoughts would be much appreciated. Thanks.
Apply to schools based on your 3.7 and whatever LSAT score you get. Many schools will only consider the 2.99 (because, frankly, that's all USNWR cares about), but you may find a school or two that looks passed it and sees you have achieved much since your original bad marks and they will weigh your LSAT more.