Ever hear of one hairy enough for the testicle, and head (alternative head) pluck
Whoah that's a whole new dimension.You aren't trying to make a point, you just enjoy saying "testicle pluck", don't you, Cal.
titcr. Otherwise, I'm the one commenting about the person who questions the motivation of the person plucking his/her testicles.
In either case, you enjoy saying testicle pluck.
Is it the "pluck" or the "testicle" that you prefer, Cal?
whose testicle and who's doing the plucking?
I agree.QuoteHopefully like his mentor, Scalia.
You mean a self righteous pinhead?
As far as the article goes...
I think it makes some very good points and some not so good points. One thing that has changed quite a bit is debt to salary ratio. Unless you do biglaw, 150+k in debt really is untenable. He dismisses the debt issue, but cites figures of less than half of what students are under today.
It's not true that $150K+ is untenable unless you do biglaw. The median American salary is <$50K and one can easily pay back their debt on a lesser salary than biglaw and still end up with $50K to take home.
Who is more pathetic, he who plucks his testicles or he who questions the motivation behind the testicle-plucker?Definately the one who plucks. That's gonna cause a rash.
I went to a Thursday night Bar Review when I was visiting my school. It was a really awesome environment and everyone was very sociable... but no one was drunk. And when I asked, they all said they usually go home sometime between 12 and 1:30. Not quite party animals.They go home and get drunk in private (with thier closest friends) to avoid embarrassment. Remember it's a small community. If you make 1 mistake everyone will know, and everyone will remember for the whole 3 years and beyond...
I'm going to miss undergrad.
I had to think about it . Yeah I suppose I would, since I'm a negro and would expect to have a substantial negro base.You only get the negro base if Al Sharpton supports you. You better start paying him now.
How long was everyone's gap year(s)? It took me 5 years to get through undergrad, so depending on how you count it, it's either one or two years gap (and I'm seriously considering taking another gap year... finding employment with an English lit degree is crucifying)wtf are you talking about?