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General Off-Topic Board / Re: Major Regret about HS or College
« on: June 12, 2004, 09:24:25 AM »
My only regret.... I should have partied MORE!

Now I don't have any crazy, drunken, drug-related stories about my college days to tell my grandkids...  >:(


just be careful.  smoking reefer causes hair to grow on your palms.

LOL, it also causes uncontrollable violence and explosive sexual urges.. for evidence of this, refer to the educational film "Reefer Madness"...  ;)

As a person who has suffered insomnia for a long time, I can definitely relate to your problem.  I've always found smoking pot to be an effective sleeping aid... if you can get around the whole "illegality" issue.  Honestly, the American government is so stubborn on that one...

The only side effects include TEMPORARY short-term memory loss (ie: only while you are high, so don't get stoned the morning of your LSAT), the obvious negative health effects related to smoking, and... a serious case of the munchies!   :-*

Perhaps it isn't a viable solution for this week, because I don't think it's good to try introducing your body to anything new just before a big exam, but it might be a consideration for you in the long-term.

I wouldn't say that it is that far-fetched... I have just spent three of my last four years in Chemistry, with a 13 year-old kid whose GPA is around 4.0.  Last I heard, he's trying to get into med school.

Sure, I don't attend any Harvard, but if they let a 15 year-old into any medical school, I will believe that anything is possible.  And, to his credit, a 4.0 GPA in any science is quite difficult, so I applaud him for it.  He can be an annoying little bastard, though ;)

General Off-Topic Board / Re: Calgary Flames
« on: June 07, 2004, 11:05:59 PM »
What can I say?

Hey, St Louis should try out for the Canadian Olympic Diving Team, I think he'd make an excellent addition  ::)

C'est la vie!

Dude, if you were to make a decision based on the advice that you are getting from this thread, it wouldn't be a good decision.  Think about it!  :D

General Off-Topic Board / Re: Calgary Flames
« on: June 07, 2004, 11:35:15 AM »

Actually statistically (and historically) speaking in game 7's of the Stanley Cup finals, the home team record is 10-2.

True, but "when" the Flames win tonight, they will have won 11 away games during the playoffs, which will set a new record!

Look for my face on TV, I'll be the one in RED cheering the Flames on at the Saddledome :D

No, wait... you guys don't know what I look like...

************************GO CALGARY FLAMES GO!!!******************************

Studying for the LSAT / Re: I cried uncle and postponed my test date
« on: June 07, 2004, 11:05:05 AM »
I agree, I think that everyone has a certain limit.  Logically, given indefinite time and resources to practice for the LSAT, everyone should eventually score a 180 under real test conditions, right?  But I really think that that's impossible, and that one just has to draw the line at some point....

I think that if I did as many practice tests as Jacy, I would probably get a score in the mid-160's on the 25th test  :-\

General Off-Topic Board / Re: Calgary Flames
« on: June 06, 2004, 02:12:58 AM »
What a close game!!  Unfortunately, the extra game on Monday is going to slightly interfere with my LSAT studies- that's right, just TRY to find a quiet place to study within 24hrs of a Flames game in Calgary, it's damn near impossible with all those crazy kids running around the streets, blowing their horns and flashing their boobies...

On the other hand, when the Flames WIN on Monday in Tampa, I can take a study break to stroll down the RED MILE and drink myself silly, for a change of pace.  After all, the stats are on our side.  The boys just love to win on road games...


Studying for the LSAT / Re: What type of pencil to use?
« on: June 05, 2004, 10:50:13 PM »
Mechanical all the way, mainly because I get an 8"x12" flip-up writing tablet in a bad 400-person lecture theatre to write my test on, and I need to conserve space...

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