Isn't Wentworth Miller the hottie from Prison Break?
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Absolutely, but it also has to do with the fact that my bosses are giving me less substantive work. I have a suspicion they want to get to a point where they aren't relying on me anymore.
« on: April 04, 2007, 05:36:51 PM »
Wow, Smack...congrats! I'm suprised you passed up UH for Tech too. I'm in a similar situation though - even if I do get accepted to UH, I'm still leaning toward Tech. If all goes as planned, I'll be moving August 1st. Do you have housing lined up yet?
« on: April 04, 2007, 10:33:47 AM »
If you go to Tech, I'll see you there.
One thing about Lubbock - it's a crappy little town. The upshot is that virtually nobody stays there after law school; most students move on to one of the major cities in Texas. Their alumni base is very large and very strong. If you want to stay in Texas, you will have many more options coming from Tech than people on this board will lead you to believe.
BTW, good luck with UT!
« on: April 03, 2007, 04:31:27 PM »
Unless you got a hefty scholarship from STCL, go to Tech. It's hard to justify the massive debt for a Tier 4 school when you can go to a cheap (if you're a TX resident) Tier 3. Also, I'd only choose STCL if you're certain you want to practice in Houston.
I just want to hear somethingfrom Seattle. They haven't updated my status checker since January 23rd!
156/3.6 - Not great but there's hope...
It looks like we've applied to many of the same schools. I'm waiting on UH too. So far, it looks like Tech is in the lead.
« on: April 02, 2007, 01:35:04 PM »
I'd go to Pitt. It's the school to go to if you want to stay in the area. This is your career, don't compromise the opportunities you want to allow yourself for something as fickle as "I'd like to get out and see the world." It's time to buckle down and wash out that collegiate idealism that plagues so many of this country's youth.
Sounds interesting. Which school is that, Swirl?
I received my rejection letter from U.C. Hastings on March 15, 2007 that I already knew was coming because of the web tracker. The only thing was that they addressed the letter to Ms.
I hope that's not your real name you are posting on a public message board....