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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Adderall for LSAT
« on: February 08, 2009, 11:50:23 AM »
the justifications are priceless  :D

first, its a bump to help you with your lsat.  then, wonder of wonders, you get in to a good school with smart people who DIDNT use the adderall on THEIR lsats.

then youre all omg, i cant compete without it, this will determine my future!  so you bump to study, stay alert in class, get your memo written, take the exams.

three years of this and my guess is youre bumping just to get out of bed in the morning.

oh, and btw, everybody in your class KNOWS who's bumping and who's not.....and there is that nagging little thing called the character and fitness disclosure...and the rules of professional responsibility...but who cares about THAT, right?  this will determine your future!

so you graduate and start prepping for the bar....manage to pass the bar and start practice.....have a big case.....

....the list of excuses why you need it never gets any smaller, and that cute lil monkey has turned into a mean-ass gorilla...

but hey, dont listen to me, what do i know.  go ahead and ride that horse, maybe you'll be one of the lucky ones.  probably not, but you never know.   besides, its foolish to argue morality, ethics, legality, health issues....the only thing that matters here is getting ahead no matter what the cost!  this is your future!  go for it!

Yes yes yes. 

Good news to read during morning tea time. At least somebody gets it.
 
People that decide to seek a drug they have no legit medical need for under the delusion that it is a good way to get ahead is funny until those foolish boys and girls fall on their faces quickly and cannot even participate in the ongoing competition. It's sad but I guess it thins the heard and is good because it makes more room for the capable competitors. Darwin had a theory that relates.

Wa wa wa re the BS criticism about moral crusaders, this has very little to do with morals.  Cry your eyes out or something and complain to the brick wall that life is not fair if you feel that way. Become a drug addict or whatever and enjoy it while it lasts I guess.  That type of argument is a lame justification for taking a drug you don't medically need that will 'F up your life if you don't really need it. 

/end of topic until another moron that cannot compete steps in and says something stupid about why to get on drugs.  I like to spar with boys and girls that can actually play in a way that has a fighting chance, otherwise the morning workout is super boring and builds no muscle tone.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: october 09 lsat
« on: January 19, 2009, 03:53:07 AM »
Get LSAT tests.  Oh yeah, read stuff and threads that are right in front of your face before asking a question that has been answered countless times even in the last few days.  Click click, read read.  If you wont do that forget LSAT and LS and become a tour guide or house cleaner or something. You could even become a hang gliding instructor or a boat hand and scrub the decks while enjoying being out on a nice boat.

Our redundant servants HYShopeful and ManhattanLSAT have spewed this info all around while preparing dinner and doing the laundry for those than can and do read and think.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: HOW? So much frustration.
« on: January 12, 2009, 08:50:55 PM »

Let's give a gracious tribute to ManhattanLSAT and HYSHopeful for their repeated posts of links to available prep books that amazon pulls up with one search ::books -> LSAT:: that are also referenced in the top sticky thread. Arming competitors with proper weapons to find the cradle of life is important.

Congrats boys for your good work. It is appreciated and nice to have servants stock the arsenal for others that can wield the weapons. Now please prepare some tea and get ready to clean the premises after nightly practice ends. I believe dinner is scheduled for 11 and is expected to be served on time, please do that.

The competitors bed time is scheduled for midnight and it would be nice if you could have the sheets clean and turned down by then.  You can retreat to your quarters upon completion. 

Cheers.

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Well done chap.  That clears things up.   :P
Tea time is later this evening.  Please wear something respectable if you come.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: NO WAY these are right....
« on: September 23, 2007, 03:51:00 PM »
Hello, boys. You're all wet. I see there are many raiders here! I can't resist a bit of fun with gun play.  Can any of you gents get it up for some real action?

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: I feel so depressed.. help!
« on: June 01, 2007, 03:05:54 AM »
LMAO. why would i raise her hopes if she is incapable of mastering the test? Seriously, people must be more realistic.

Has it occurred to you that whom your 'her' is is a mystery since you couldn't even figure out how to quote?  Try going to the firing range, it's good to help get over small manhood problems. Or buy a Corvette.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: I feel so depressed.. help!
« on: June 01, 2007, 02:56:15 AM »
feel the stimuluses and answer choices are way to difficult for me to read through and often have to spend so much time just to comprehend the meaning of the question."



U are an English major? Sad

Mr. Sage.  Run out of magazines that don't have pages stuck together?

Mr.Sage huh? i like that. Sheesh, i just stated the obvious. Or "stimules" is the correct word now?

It was already obvious that you don't understand what it means to stimulate somebody.  The spelling is the least of your problems.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: I feel so depressed.. help!
« on: June 01, 2007, 02:48:43 AM »
feel the stimuluses and answer choices are way to difficult for me to read through and often have to spend so much time just to comprehend the meaning of the question."



U are an English major? Sad

Mr. Sage.  Run out of magazines that don't have pages stuck together?

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: HANK'S LSAT GAME CHALLENGE!!!!!!!!!!
« on: May 30, 2007, 02:00:25 AM »

I'll try to rustle up a few servants to put it together but that might interrupt tea time.

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General Off-Topic Board / Re: SFLSD: Verbigeration.
« on: May 30, 2007, 01:57:20 AM »
I'll punch yours if you punch mine?

We both need some sleep!

A good kick to the head never fails.

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