« on: December 13, 2007, 02:01:05 PM »
before law school i'm traveling to new zealand.. my gf wants us to stay together while i do that.. yeah, right... just gotta figure out how to break it to her
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« on: December 13, 2007, 12:51:37 PM »
Hilarious! You post this whole thread about your blog and only make 4 posts? LMAO!
In his defense, it is Brett Favre. Maybe the painkillers got him again, although he looks spectacular on the field.
my concerns about the amount of debt compared to to the potential for a job that will pay it off are rising. it seems like one needs to be top tier, top of class for any assurance of financial security
i know... i'm starting think the best strategy for law school is to get a scholarship to a tier 2 or 3 and not have to worry about the debt, and if you can't get a job, you dont really have that big of a problem
I'm applying next year and i've got my list down to about 60 schools from all over the rankings which i could see myself at, and i am constantly reading posts like this which make me whittle away another school.. pretty soon, i'll have 0
btw, I tried to put that whole quote in your sig as my sig, but wouldn't fit... hilarious
write about football! I wrote about my experiences on my college sports team, and it's worked really well for me so far. I would also guess that law schools get more applicants who have spent time abroad than they do football players.
Risky. Really risky is all I am saying.
cuz its magic.. obvious
just out of curiousity...
i'm applying during next year's cycle and will be out of the country when i apply.. i won't be applying to harvard, but if i did, what would they do?.. he wouldn't be able to call me, cuz i'd be in new zealand and i dont think i'll have a cell phone.. would they tell me to call at a certain time or what?
A genie appears, and makes you an offer: your level of intelligence will be increased by one level of magnitude (if you're in the top 1%, you move to top .1%, top .1% moves to top .01%.). But, for the rest of your life, you will be unable to pronounce the letter "T" in any way. Do you do it?
Yes. aaaaaaaaaand a resounding Yes- always wanted to see the country anyway
« on: December 13, 2007, 08:18:24 AM »
There would have been no Team America: World Police.
The real tragedy would be we'd have a lot less to make fun of.
On second thought, I dunno: "Lockbox"
« on: December 12, 2007, 02:26:22 PM »
The main point of this discussion, imo, is not that Howard provides more opportunities, but that being black provides more opportunities. Which we all already knew.
i agree, i should have prefaced my comments by saying something along the lines of: when b v w applicants have the same hard factors... with all other things being equal, blacks have an advantage...
but 95% of the time, all other thigns aren't equal
I feel like I just wasted 25 minutes reading through this thread... what a waste of time lol
I spent 10 minutes trying to find TITBBQ, but that only led me back to here, and then I spent 15 minutes searching out how Pink Tiki says congrats like a robot.