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Black Law Students / Re: Black Law Student Discussion Board
« on: September 27, 2008, 02:43:01 PM »
You do realize that there is no such thing as post-birth abortion? They traditionally call that murder. With that in mind, I don't see how you took that comment so literally.

Yes, I do realize that (infanticide aside, I suppose).  But you said he made the case for (presumably, inventing or implementing) it.  On that point, I disagree.  I didn't take your comment any more "literally" than you took mine; I understood what you meant and responded in kind.  My basic point is, Latarian didn't get this way overnight.  The longer his family waits before getting or demanding the help he needs, the worse off both he and society are.  I would imagine that we don't really disagree on this point either, but ymmv.


So, I haven't been here in a couple of weeks and I'm reading this thread backwards and looking at Nat's and 7S's quoted posts and I'm like these two must be talking about Latarian...and lo and behold, I was right  :D
Kinda sad, huh?   :P

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Black Law Students / Re: Black Law Student Discussion Board
« on: September 25, 2008, 07:16:57 AM »
he sure makes the case for post-birth abortions.  :-\
Or maybe just the case for home training.  Parental involvement.  Early intervention.  Healthy socialization.  All that jazz...

wah. wah. wah.

I stand by what I said.  ymmv  ;)

Not saying you shouldn't. At that moment, though, you reminded me a Sean Penn at the Oscars....or Debbie Downer.

Didn't watch the Oscars, but a downer?  Really?   :-\  Your comment seemed more pessimistic to me.  It's not that this kid shouldn't have been born, but rather that he should have received the love, training, and help he needed to live his best life.  That's the real tragedy, not his birth.

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Black Law Students / Re: Black Law Student Discussion Board
« on: September 24, 2008, 11:25:40 PM »
he sure makes the case for post-birth abortions.  :-\
Or maybe just the case for home training.  Parental involvement.  Early intervention.  Healthy socialization.  All that jazz...

wah. wah. wah.

I stand by what I said.  ymmv  ;)

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Black Law Students / Re: Black Law Student Discussion Board
« on: September 24, 2008, 11:32:19 AM »
he sure makes the case for post-birth abortions.  :-\
Or maybe just the case for home training.  Parental involvement.  Early intervention.  Healthy socialization.  All that jazz...


Okay they are saying this was a fake. Thank goodness.
I really hope so, but at this point I don't really know what to believe about him.   :-\

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TimMitchell - I believe he might look something like this:

 :D

Y'know naturallybeyoutiful, I think I really like you   ;)

LOL!  Right back at 'cha!   ;)

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Law School Admissions / Re: Advantageous to Graduate Early
« on: September 22, 2008, 10:07:49 PM »
ITA w/ nealric!  Also, unless you're racking up loans for undergrad, I don't see the point in graduating early.  It's a unique phase in your lfie, and LS is nothing like it.  I'm a fan of having the complete 4-year undergraduate experience.  If there are interesting courses or great profs you've never had a chance to take, don't miss this opportunity!!!

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Minority and Non-Traditional Law Students / Re: 3.1 165 reg hispanic chances
« on: September 22, 2008, 10:04:02 PM »
I think you have a shot at some T14 schools, though your GPA is a bit low.  You should try to retake the LSAT and break into 170+.  That said, I still think you should apply to Duke, Vanderbilt, WUSTL, UT (worth a shot!), and most especially UNC.

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TimMitchell - I believe he might look something like this:

 :D

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Wouldn't there be a police/incident report of some sort?  Seems to me that things could be cleared up relatively easily if this is just an administrative/clerical error.  I agree with getting a real attorney to help with this though.

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Quick question for those studying for/already taken the LSAT...how the hell did you guys figure out logic games? I got the LG Bible and I'm slowly getting the concepts, but compared to LR and CR I feel like I'm lightyears behind. Am I the only one?  ???

Practice, practice, practice!  I found LG to be the trickiest part of the LSAT, too, but you definitely can master them with disciplined study, perserverance, timed practice, and a willingness to review every wrong answer until you understand where you missed the mark.  Perhaps consider taking one of Powerscore's weekend classes if you still feel like you need some help with LG and/or other parts of the exam.  Good luck!

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