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I got into Indiana Bloomington and Baylor with full-rides; something like that.  If that were the case now, I'd consider going to one of them.  But that's in light of the fact that I already was admitted, accepted, and then attended a top-twenty law school.

Choosing the Right Law School / Re: Non-American Law Schools
« on: June 28, 2012, 08:02:17 AM »
Are the entrance exams like the LSAT?  I'm studying for the LSAT again and this time I have my sights set on a 170 again. 

Choosing the Right Law School / Re: Entertainment/Media Law Schools
« on: June 28, 2012, 07:59:15 AM »
Morganb, I had a 166 and 3.5 combo and attended 'SC.  It stands to reason 'SC is a big entertainment/media school.  It's down the road from Hollywood, nestled in South Central.  Admittedly, the surrounding area looks like a barrio.  It's ugly, run down, and there's hispanic language on the walls.  However, the campus is rich and verdant.  Some snidely remark that USC stands for the University of Spoiled Children.  Perhaps that's the case.  I kinda sorta got that vibe.  Unfortunately, I dropped out before I hooked a trophy wife to a reel and spoiled myself a little bit.  Maybe that's because I hadn't signed my life away to some fat cat law firm upon graduation with a five figure sign on bonus yet...

Why didn't I get a trophy wife?  I was a law student at 'SC.

Now, I'm back on the LSAT track again.  I have my sights set on a 170. 

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Should I master the LSAT?
« on: June 26, 2012, 03:05:21 PM »
Thanks, FalconJimmy.  I was aiming for at least a 165 on the test, so I was satisfied with a 166.  Although I really wanted a 170 to expand the range of schools I could get into based on numbers.  A 166 is impressive.  Statistically speaking it's better than 93-94% of test takers, and that's nation wide.  In retrospect, I value that achievement a lot.

I am no longer a virgin.  I lost my viginity when I was 25 in Hollywood while staying at a hostel.  Apparently, I had to be surrounded by women in an enclosed space in order to get to the finish line.  Funny thing is, as soon as I lost it, I found a younger and sexier lady.  She was a Japanese girl.  And that rocked the boat.  After I turned her around and penetrated her "doggy-style", I got the boot from the hostel and moved out of Hollywood.

But it's a relief to have gotten that out of the way.

And yes, I am thinking about mastering the LSAT.  I have my sex-drive under control and am at work on my mind, so I have a feeling I can get, like, a 179 or 180.  At least 175.  And that's very close to mastery depending on how you define it.

Furthermore, I'd like to purge the planet Earth.  What do you think about that?

Current Law Students / Re: Is Law School a jungle?
« on: June 25, 2012, 03:50:20 PM »
Julie, in my opinion everything is a factory.  That realization is sobering.  I am getting used to it because I am like a supervisor or boss of the factory.  And, I have a feeling I inherited eternal life.  That means I would forever be a boss of the factory.  Imagine that!

I wonder if there's more women in the universe than on the planet Earth...

Studying for the LSAT / Should I master the LSAT?
« on: June 25, 2012, 03:39:31 PM »
I got a 166 back in 2005.  I am no longer a virgin.  And, decidedly, I'm getting smarter and stronger every day.  I kinda want to master the LSAT for the fun of it and to use it get into a law school.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Back on the LSAT track
« on: June 25, 2012, 03:34:03 PM »
I lost my virginity at 25 when I lived in Hollywood, CA.  That's after I had dropped out of the University of Southern California's law school.  I tried to lose it in law school, but it didn't work out.  I even drove to Nevada to lose it at a brothel.  The Moonlight Bunny Ranch.  But I didn't "get-it-up" with the woman I could afford there.  However, I stiffened up around another woman with a sexier body.  Unfortunately, I didn't have enough money to pay for her. 

I hypothesize that losing my virginity helped clear my mind.  Because back then I couldn't focus in law school, and in general.  I was depressed.  Eventually, that turned around.

Where's the best law school in the world?  The first time I attended a law school I went to the University of Southern California.  I dropped out and now I want to go back somewhere.  So, where is the best law school?  Here, in the states, Harvard, Stanford, and Yale are kings; but what about elsewhere around the world.  For example, if I want to focus on international practice, should I stay in the states or go to law school overseas?  Is there a law school in Europe that is more prestigious than Harvard, Stanford, or Yale?

Current Law Students / Re: Is Law School a jungle?
« on: June 22, 2012, 12:01:48 PM »
compensate workers equitably in exchange for labor.  For example, minimum wage laws.  It's a topic I don't know a whole lot about, but I figure that's the case.  I wonder what the conditions are like in Chicago nowadays.  And whenever I think of The Jungle, I am reminded of "Welcome to the Jungle" by Guns 'n' Roses and I wonder if there's a thought connection.  And have you seen the music video for "Welcome to the Jungle"?  I think that's thought provoking.  What do you think? 

Choosing the Right Law School / Non-American Law Schools
« on: June 22, 2012, 11:56:17 AM »
When I attended law school for the first time, I went to an American law school.  Now I want to go back to law school and wonder about law schools outside America.  For example, in Europe.  How does the system work in Europe?  Is there a test like the LSAT?

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