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« on: July 09, 2012, 02:24:26 PM »
Well, this morning I had a bagel with cream cheese and three sausage links. And for lunch I had a double cheeseburger from Burger King. Should I capitalize double cheeseburger? LOL! However, yesterday I had, like, 9 small tacos and two mini-hot dogs. Generally speaking, my diet consists of a lot of meat. I tried being a vegetarian for a while but that made me angry.
« on: July 06, 2012, 02:43:05 PM »
According to my mom, her biological grandfather had the surname Katz. He was from the Ukraine. That would make him my biological great grandfather on my mother's side. So, does that make me a Jew?
« on: July 06, 2012, 02:35:19 PM »
I kinda did that. I mean, I worked my way up to assistant manager at CVS/pharmacy in Boston, MA. But that was before I attended law school for the first time. After I dropped out of law school, I worked at a car and truck dealership in North Hollywood, CA. I must've sold about $ 2 million of merchandise.
« on: July 06, 2012, 01:41:55 PM »
Ok, will do. I tried to fill out the Common Application for BU yesterday, but apparently it's passed the deadline. So what I am going to do is call BU and ask how I can apply. Because I have a bachelor's degree, I'll be a transfer applicant. I'm looking at starting college again spring semester 2013. I want to study economics. I plan to explore the farming industry and study for the LSAT again. I am unsure about the farming industry at the moment. I am an '80s metal guitarist, too, so I bet $100 I'll dedicate my time to practicing guitar. And I'd like to start making pornography. Perhaps BU offers a class on the the porn industry and I could take sex ed at the same time...LOLOLOLOLOL!
« on: July 06, 2012, 01:38:11 PM »
I voted for Barack in '08 and I am going to vote for him again. And I wanted Gore to win in '00 and Kerry to win in '04. So, probably, I am a Democrat.
« on: July 05, 2012, 12:33:06 PM »
I got a 166 on the LSAT in 2005. Attended USC law. Then dropped out. And now, five years later, I am thinking about going back to law school. I am 29 years old.
« on: July 05, 2012, 12:29:15 PM »
Well, Roald, I want to get back into the swing of things. I have been out of work for a couple years and I want to get back to work. I can make tons of money. Why do I want to go to BU? I like to learn. I like to achieve. I'd like to have sex with women in Boston. And I think it would help me get back into the swing of things instead of walking around aimlessly in Bangor, central Maine. It's not necessary, but I think it could be fun.
« on: July 05, 2012, 11:56:18 AM »
My goal is to get a second bachelor's degree. This time in economics. I have chosen to apply to Boston University. What are my chances of admittance? I mean, now I am 29 years old; soon to be 30. I already have a bachelor's degree from the University of Maine, my GPA was ~3.56; I attended the University of Southern California Law School; I finished fifth in my class in high school; I was in the National Honor Society in high school; then in college I joined Pi Mu Epsilon and Phi Beta Kappa. Furthermore, since elementary school, I received numerous awards in classes and physical fitness. In high school, too. For example, in high school, I received the Daughters of the American Revoultion Good Citizenship award twice, my freshman year and senior year. I also got the Semper Fidelis award. And, if I am not mistaken, I had the best grade point average in Spanish II. And I've held a bunch of jobs over the years, including as an assistant manager at CVS/pharmacy in Boston. My salary was like 39K annually. And I sold about $ 2 million of merchandise at a car and truck dealership in North Hollywood California. And, I can play the "Crazy Train" solo!
But I've only had one girlfriend... ;-(
« on: July 05, 2012, 11:38:22 AM »
My goal now is to go to Boston University and get a second bachelor's degree. This time in economics. While I am doing that, I'll study for the LSAT again and prepare for another run at law school. I have a feeling if I were to take the LSAT now, cold turkey, I'd get at least a 160 or 161. Although I've studied a little bit the past couple of weeks. For example, the other day I did one of the analytical reasoning games and got 5 out of 7 correct. On the actual test, when I got the 166, I think I aced that section. The section that troubled me the most, if I am not mistaken, was logical reasoning. I got like 22 out of 26 correct on both sections. Something like that. So I would have gotten something like 24 out of 24 on the games section, 44 out of 52 on the logical reasoning sections, and maybe 21 out of 25 on the reading comprehension section. I don't remember exactly. Unfortunately, my LSAC membership expired and I can't access my LSAT anymore.
« on: July 02, 2012, 12:48:36 PM »
Since I took the LSAT in 2005, I attended the University of Southern California Law before I dropped out, lived in a hostel in Hollywood for half a year, then worked at a Ford dealership in North Hollywood, CA, and had a stint with Greenpeace, and also worked at Toyota Hollywood, and I also worked for a telephone fundraising company in Korea Town, Los Angeles. I must've sold about $ 2 million of merchandise at the Ford dealership. My score on the LSAT in 2005 was 166. Perhaps if and when I take the LSAT again, and if I score at least a 166 again, then I can get into a more presitigious law school than Gould because of my additional "soft" factors.
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