Great post thanks!
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Yes - why just those disciplines? For my money English Lit is the very best preparation for the study of law: it is not trivially easy (and absurd) like economics; it has a better relationship to the way that lawyers think than engineering or any of the other sciences; and it isn't a hobby dressed up as an academic field like international relations or business or political science.
Law is literature. Period.
what's less believable about this board: that we everyone is really really rediciously goodlooking or that everybody got above 170? both are claimed by all on this board.
Well I got a 158, but I'm not lying about my hotness. Sometimes nature makes a few tradeoffs. We should make a new poll:
If you could only have one, would you rather be incredibly hot or have a score in the 99th percentile?
Do we really need Mama Moni to step in and clarify? They put African American because that's is what BLACK people in this country call themselves. A generation (or two) ago it might have been colored and before that it was negro. Most check boxes say Black/African American because of this. If you're not racially/ethnically black (and I'm sure that we're all intelligent enough to know what that means) then you should not check it. End of story. That includes all North Africans of Arab/Middle Eastern descent in the 'non-AfricanAmerican' category.
Hispanic is different because it relates to ethnicity/national origin, not race. You can be black or white and be Hispanic.