You weren't supposed to read that. ONWARD AND UPWARD orsomething...
And is it acceptable usage?
My thought process, followed by my answer:
1. Silence is good.
2. Eliminating unnecessary words increases silence, and therefore good.
3. Everyone will understand "I've never been!" to mean "I've never been there!" given the context of the exchange.
4. "There" is an unnecessary word in the sentence "I've never been there".
5. Eliminating the word "there" increases silence, and therefore good.
Is this law school or therapy?
the idea is that you can better communicate and read needs and desires in client counseling/negotiations when you can 1) better understand yourself and 2) get more comfortable with reading others
I'm a guy, and I'll be starting at LS in 2009. I know that the law is a pretty conservative profession, and I wanted to know how long hair is viewed. I've been traveling overseas for about a year, and have grown my hair while I've been here. I've gotten pretty used to it being long- right now its about upper shoulder length- and it's well taken care of and groomed. I don't really think it would effect me while I'm actually at LS per say, but what about when I have interviews. Even if it is shortened to neck length, and in good condition, what would the people interviewing me think, from a general point of view?
fav poster is back!
Hi (mostly) non1Ls.
<-- met Cady today!
She is fabulous.
the pleasure was all mine!<-- IS Cady IRL
::plays with self::