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I figured you were joking.

I'm not conservative BTW.

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I originally posted that if one continues to evade arguments, then it will certainly ensure a sub par performance in law school. However, I disagree with the statement, so I deleted it. I also commented on the word vomit statement. I find it to be rather juvenile

If there aren't any arguments against my claims, then I'll depart gracefully. Feel free to continue the concordant attack on my character, it's funny.

So glad that I decided not to go to Duke...

Same here

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eh what is the argument?  if you want to join the federalist society knock yourself out--just don't come to a discussion board expecting to be validated.  different strokes for different folks.  just as some folks would look at you sideways if you decided to become a mormon, you are gonna have to come to terms with your own beliefs.   

What are you talking about? Who said anything on expecting to be validated? Is this coming out of your ass or mind?

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Feel free to continue the concordant attack on my character, it's funny.

Comma splices aren't going to serve you well in law school either.

Comma splices are easy to correct. A way of discussing is a bit more difficult.

Ah, but the ability to adapt to one's circumstances is crucial.  From message board chatter you infer an inability properly to analyze an issue.  Unsupported inferences also won't get you very far in law school.

Did you not note that I disagreed with statement? That is why I decided to delete it. Also, I did not infer an inability to analyze an issue. I said that if one continues to evade arguments, then it could lead to a sub-par performance in law school. I never argued what you are saying. That's a straw man my friend.

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Feel free to continue the concordant attack on my character, it's funny.

Comma splices aren't going to serve you well in law school either.

Comma splices are easy to correct. A way of discussing is a bit more difficult.

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I originally posted that if one continues to evade arguments, then it will certainly ensure a sub par performance in law school. However, I disagree with the statement, so I deleted it. I also commented on the word vomit statement. I find it to be rather juvenile

If there aren't any arguments against my claims, then I'll depart gracefully. Feel free to continue the concordant attack on my character, it's funny.

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Is this not a discussion board? Are we not allowed the freedom to discuss in a way that we deem comfortable and appropriate? In any case, your opinions on how I respond are irrelevant and unnecessary to discussion at hand.
 

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On another note, anyone thinking about joining the Federalist Society?

:D :D :D :D :D :D :D

:::catching my breath:::

:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D





Ahem.

Errr, not exactly.  No.

Interesting way to frame a response...
I guess a reasonable second question is: why not?


that's because Gengis is the opposite of any known defintion of conservative--hence her saying:



Right? :D  It'd be like matter and anti-matter.

Of course the Federalist Society isn't simply a "conservative" group. It is a bit more comprehensive than that. Hence, the response is somewhat inadequate. You also mean Gengis' beliefs are opposite any known definition of conservatism--not Gengis (unless Gengis is her beliefs, which is kind of weird). However, even if Gengis shares beliefs opposite of conservatism (which is rather amorphous, like liberalism), since the FS isn't simply a conservative group, there might still be reason to join. Hence, the response is too simple. However, if you do accept that the FS is just a conservative group (you would have to define conservative), then I guess the response is valid (albeit unsound).

For instance, I don't consider myself a conservative, but I will likely join the Federalist Society...primarily because I firmly believe that one purpose of the state is to preserve freedom. And this is one of the tenants advocated by the FS.

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On another note, anyone thinking about joining the Federalist Society?

:D :D :D :D :D :D :D

:::catching my breath:::

:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D





Ahem.

Errr, not exactly.  No.

Interesting way to frame a response...
I guess a reasonable second question is: why not?

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I'm curious to see how blacks are perceived if they join the Federalist Society. Moreover, are there black Federalist Society members willing to share their experience with the minority law student community? Anyone thinking about joining?

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