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Not really directed at you. No matter how much I may disagree with the wisdom of the OP, I think it is a bit harsh to use her personal story as a bully pulpit.

Gotcha!  Still think it's kind of strange.

BTW...you still applying to those NY schools?

~CW

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Liz's Guide to All Some Most None
« on: November 03, 2006, 08:52:04 AM »

knock yourself out, baby.

OK, OK, I know!!!  I've posted more today than in the previous four months combined!  (Boss Out of Office)

But reading all these links makes me want to contribute...I can't help it...it's a compulsion.  Help!  ;)

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Question about LSAT Logic
« on: November 03, 2006, 08:30:39 AM »
Sounds good to me!

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Liz's Guide to All Some Most None
« on: November 03, 2006, 08:29:36 AM »
Would it be helpful if I added the SOME ARE NOT / NOT ALL category?  Rare, but cogent.

SOME ARE NOT / NOT ALL
0-99


~CW

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Anyone seen my dead horse?

Seriously, I think the argument against leaving Seattle has been well-established.

I was just taking my time about beating it...haven't seen it since!  :P

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LOL!   :D

- ddubbing does make it difficult to read some old posts.

- Will you be including 'GAK'?  (Which I just learned, incidentally).

- Wasn't there some sort of rule/agreement/contract/p-dub club post about not letting us Newbies in on this secret mystical language?  ;)

~CW

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I think it's strange, in a non-judgmental, but strikingly judgmental sort of way.

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I like Barzini'd but that's not really an acronym.

Could I get a definition?  How would one be Barzini'd?  Would it be fun or painful?

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OK--I officially feel like I'm stalking you today, but I promise it's all coincidence!

My question: why would anyone want to be a "d-dub"?


~CW (Believe it or not, my nick is C-dub at work)

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Question about LSAT Logic
« on: November 03, 2006, 07:43:34 AM »
Thanks! 


Thread-Related portion of post:  Another good thing to highlight in LGs is the Either/Or construct as it applies to the LSAT.  Either/or could be both, unless they tell you otherwise.  You guys probably already knew this, but it tripped me up on a practice game recently.


On a fairly unrelated note...I am so glad I found LSD, although I haven't been as active on here as I'd like--my bosses frown upon such things at work!  But this is where I come to at least start to figure things out (like how to study for the LSAT).

~CW  :)

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