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General Off-Topic Board / Re: Unfunniest Comedian of All Time?
« on: February 10, 2007, 11:11:50 PM »
Quote from: Filet on Today at 12:47:10 PM
I hope steve.jd and CS4L hang out at Harvard.  The combined gravitic pull of their prestige-egos will put (everyone) into orbit.  After a short time, they will all collapse upon each other creating the first man made black hole...

On an unrelated note, I love Garry's sig.

It's so true.


It's truer in its context.  Follow the link...

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General Off-Topic Board / Re: Unfunniest Comedian of All Time?
« on: February 10, 2007, 11:10:15 PM »

could someone who does not think that Sarah Silverman is funny please give us the reasons

seconded


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General Off-Topic Board / Re: Unfunniest Comedian of All Time?
« on: February 10, 2007, 11:06:13 PM »
Andy male private part, Kathy Griffin, and Carrot Top.



Andy male private part is pretty funny in a very weird, quirky way.

Agree w/ the other two.

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General Off-Topic Board / Re: Unfunniest Comedian of All Time?
« on: February 10, 2007, 11:04:48 PM »
Can I vote 10,000 times for that a-hole unoriginal mf Dane Cook, please?

Sarah Silverman may be odd, but the girl is funny.

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Interesting. Those who know me on this board can assure you I have been holding back my opinion for months now, and I think I've done a pretty decent job of doing so. But hey, since you asked - 

Slicka - you're an insufferable a$$hole. Of course, this comes as no new news to you, but I see you've grown accustomed to this personality and are unlikely to break out of that shell.

Given all the opportunities and accomplishments of your life, you have an astoundingly short and narrow world-view. While steve's utter ridiculousness can be passed off as the unfortunate side-effect of a silver spoon up his a$$, I struggle to understand how you could be so simple-minded. In this, I find greater disgust.

Your opinions and contributions to this board can be summed up easily.

1. I am utterly and solely deserving of all that comes my way. 
2. Therefore my prestige-whoreness is justified.
3. HLS being the ultimate in prestige. Oh my, must it terribly sad to be the rest of you, but don't worry I will attack your pitiful choices nonetheless. 

In fact, if you want to use that summary instead of the pointless drivel you typically post, I'm perfectly fine relinquishing the rights to it.


I wish Mike245 could sit you down and teach you a lesson in humility and gratitude, but Mike has done enough good in this world that I wouldn't punish him like that.


So, now that I have given you my blessing of a happy and full life at Harvard, can you please do me the favor of withdrawing from Columbia? Although I know the chances are slim to none that you would lower yourself to the TTT of CLS, I do live in a mildly constant fear that I would have to deal with you on a daily basis.


Wow, and so close to Valentines Day too.

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thank god that steve j.d. is f-in' ugly

i'll pull more tail droppin' my food stamps than he will spendin' his benjamins

credited

i'd be obsessed w/ making "millions" at "hedge fund" too

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From this thread, I have learned:

1. Every michigan graduate is destitute and lucky to afford the next hit of heroin.

2. Every NYU graduate is a millionaire hedge fund manager.

the more you know...

Where is heroin easier to come by, AA or NYC, per capita?

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No, my argument would be better characterized as, "Perhaps you're right, perhaps you're wrong - but either way, you're immature."

Credited.

I would have added the word "an" before inmature and the word "brat" afterward, but what do I know.

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Where should I go next fall? / Re: T3 & T4 Acceptances and Rejections 2007
« on: February 10, 2007, 03:26:21 PM »
A lot of people laughed at me when I posted on here with a 144 LSAT. Well I took it again and improved it to a 150 and still some said I should pick a different career. Well finally, after all this waiting... I can say I am going to law school!! I got in to Southern Illinois today with a huge envelope! It may not be the best place in the world to study law, but it is a fine institution and I would be proud to be a part of their school if I do not get in anywhere else because they have showed faith in me! Go Salukies!!

What are your career goals, short term and long term?


I want to work for the government in some capacity and eventually open up my own firm. I am not sure what type of law I want to go into. If I somehow got an internship during the summer with a big agency I am interested in (such as DOJ or CIA) even though it is unlikely then I would make a long term career out of that; or at least try to. I have always wanted to be a lawyer because, besides sports, it is the only thing that has ever interested me in classes.

You should take a good look at the school's career placement statistics, and ask very critical questions.  Make sure you will be able to do what you think you want to do when you leave school.  Proceed with caution.

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Where should I go next fall? / Re: T3 & T4 Acceptances and Rejections 2007
« on: February 10, 2007, 03:20:33 PM »
A lot of people laughed at me when I posted on here with a 144 LSAT. Well I took it again and improved it to a 150 and still some said I should pick a different career. Well finally, after all this waiting... I can say I am going to law school!! I got in to Southern Illinois today with a huge envelope! It may not be the best place in the world to study law, but it is a fine institution and I would be proud to be a part of their school if I do not get in anywhere else because they have showed faith in me! Go Salukies!!

What are your career goals, short term and long term?

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