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I visited Drake last fall.  I personally am planning on withdrawing in the next few days, but not because I disliked the school.  The campus of the school itself is very small (the size of a couple of blocks) which is a turnoff for me because I come from an undergrad school that is very similar in its layout (I want a change of pace).  The lawschool is a decent size.  The students seemed friendly as did the administration.  Des Moines is a nice, clean city.  The capital building is amazing.  If circumstances were different, I would have been very interested in attending.  If anyone else has questions about the school, feel free to pm me. 

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Where should I go next fall? / how do you withdraw?
« on: March 24, 2007, 12:22:17 AM »
This may be an obvious question, but I'm not sure what to do.  Can you just send an e-mail?  Formal letter?

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General Off-Topic Board / Re: Tennessee Thread
« on: March 11, 2007, 09:56:00 PM »
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Speak proper English so you can be understood!

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Ah, I misread, my mistake. 


Julie Fern is a man's name?  What is he French??  I guess that would make sense with all the pacifism. 

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Wasn't responding to you bluewarrior.  Fern was talking about how we shouldn't defend a nation that promotes brutality (and implied that she was refering to Iraqis).  I never mentioned Sadat...

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Rob, I can respect that reason for wanting to pull out.  I don't think that's the best solution, but I understand where your coming from.

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How much violence before we went there?  How about violence at genocidal levels???  I think your getting the old Iraqi government and the new one mixed up.  Sure, there may be isolated incidents of police brutality, but what country in the world doesn't have these isolated incidents.  You can't cite one example and make it a universal truth.

Also, what's with the dumbed down grammar?  It's really annoying. 

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Yea, that's the answer, pull out and let the country go to hell.  This is where so many Americans mess up, war isn't easy, that doesn't mean it's not justified. 

Who ever said you have to fight to make good decisions?  There have been many great world leaders who didn't fight the front lines in a war (Lincoln and Reagan, or one for the liberals, FDR). 


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