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Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF with active duties in minefield deactivation for the people of xxx who have had to tirelessly protect themselves against remote despot tribal dictator xxx.

Beginning my own software company, I divide my time between the aforementioned goodwill ambassador country and work.  And have consequently, muscled Bill Gates out of the software industry for good this time.

I would also like to add that I won the NYC Marathon thrice.

Was mayor.

And bought (er) adopted a child from some remote African nation like Angelina Jolie and Madonna.

I'll be studying for my STEP course that I was supposed to start months ago, working at my regular job, maybe getting a part time job as a hostess, start exercising again, talk to family/friends/bf without mentioning law school in every other sentence.

What's a STEP course?

pretending like i still care about my grades.

I'm with you there.  I'm trying exceptionally hard to keep the interest alive in my classes. 

I'm thinking about getting a part-time job as a waitress so I can have some extra cash to pay for applications and things. I haven't been a waitress since high school. The memory of it must be quite dim, since I'm planning on putting myself through that torture again. Also, the boyfriend felt very neglected while I was studying for the LSAT and putting my app packages together, so I have to pay more attention to him now. I can't imagine how he's going to feel when I move away for law school!

I thought about waitressing (I used to do it in college), but then I remembered that while the $$$ is good, it is so exhausting and the people who work in restaurants can be a bit shady. It's up to you, but I'd go for a retail job at a clothing store you love, a book store, REI, etc. or spending time at a PT job somewhere you'd enjoy hanging out. Don't torture your body with serving!

Well considering that I have hairy muscular man legs, I doubt I'd garner many tips. 

Ok so from now until December-April what are your plans while you wait?  Give me some ideas.  I'm already getting way too anxious and there's a whole lotta time left to wait. 

Law School Admissions / Re: Michigan ED
« on: November 01, 2006, 09:03:43 AM »
They didn't request my report yet, should I be worried?


I still don't know if I submitted the 2 or 3 page version of my personal statement to Cornell.  After reading their website they make it very clear that they prefer 2. 

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