Flame. Got it. Thanks for the, uh, "tip"-off at the end. Ba-dum-ching.
Out of curiosity, if you can answer a single question without arrogance, annoyance or derision, would you feel at all badly if I am genuinely a random person, who came upon this forum because of being uncertain about what he should do?
No... I don't suspect you would care at all actually. Your goal is merely to increase your own narcissism at the cost of sacrificing others (though the actual sacrifice only goes as far as in your mind).
Good luck to you, if you deal with clients, students, and/or jurists even 1/10th as badly as you do here, you're likely a federal employee and resigned to a life of mediocrity
I wouldn't feel badly because for most of this thread, that's exactly what I assumed you are. And with your initial posts, you had as much empathy from me as anyone would get. Then...you started getting points deducted. And like any good French Olympic judge, I'll stand by those deductions. I prefer thinking you're a flame because it depresses me that someone like you (purport to be) could actually get through 20-odd years of life without the figurative smackdown you so richly deserve.
Also, you are a seriously terrible writer: "Your goal is merely to increase your own narcissism at the cost of sacrificing others (though the actual sacrifice only goes as far as in your mind)." ...What? What does that even mean? Is that in English? How does one have a goal to increase one's narcissism at the cost of sacrificing others? Do I have an altar I sacrifice them on? Narcissism isn't something we understand as people trying to increase--people are narcissistic, which leads them do certain things, but it doesn't connote a goal in and of itself. This is not because I disagree with your point, note; it's because you're using the words in a, uh, highly non-standard way. Again, I do not think these words mean what you think they mean when strung together in this order. Earlier, you called my posts "banter," which again shows that you're not familiar with connotations of words. "Banter" implies congeniality/friendliness, perhaps even flirtatiousness. You don't use it to describe (what you clearly perceive as) someone attacking you.
So. My prescription, actually, in the spirit of presuming that you're an actual person, is that you need to work on your writing. Smaller words--fewer syllables, fewer SAT words, etc. More Hemingway, less Faulkner, as I always say. That and LSN will probably help you more than strangers on the internet fawning over your LSAT score.