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Law School Admissions / Re: A+ = 4.33 - What's your take?
« on: July 15, 2007, 11:44:34 PM »
A+ = unfair. 

So too, parents with lotsa money

So too, untold racism that URMs face free 15 LSAT points

etc.

It stinks. 



Fixed

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Remember when you *&^% the bed again that financially it's not worth it to go to any school rated outside the t14 or a few regional schools like texas if you want to work in their sphere of influence.

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Dear Dashrashi;

 1. Get a sense of humor, go watch a comedy, and get off your over-sensitive power trip.

 2. #6 is in-part true (unkempt, overweight and old characterizes some Cooley students I see daily). You don't drive by there everyday, so keep your ignorant opinions to yourself.

 3. Law IS prestigious because of the power invested in individuals who help to shape the governing mechanisms of society. That is a powerful tool which should be exclusive. I know MANY people I wouldn't want partaking in anything affiliated w/ law.

 4. Quit acting like I'm on here kicking puppies; I'm simply stating an opinion on the internet. Too bad you're sensitive to others' feelings yet not open-minded.

 5. EVERYONE on here knows that I am in no way affiliated w/ the actual Amar (many probably donít know who that is), so stop crying yourself to sleep about me ruining your mentorís reputation.


Far be it from me to defend Dashrashi, but you sir are a f-ing tool.  Making fun of Cooley is like kicking your defenseless puppy.  If you want to make fun of schools make fun of the ones that are equally bad like, say, Columbia.

BOOOOOOO

but I'm intrigued.  Go on...

I mean it's a fine school...for 800 kids who went 0'fer at HYS.  The bitterness and resentment and all around unhappiness just kind of sucked there.  At least in my humble opinion, that is. 

Plus they're second fiddle at everything.  They aren't as good at putting people in clerkships, nobody really pursues public service, and it loses out on the cool factor to NYU (who does as well or better in firm placement - and is now rated higher in USNEWs to boot).

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Dear Dashrashi;

 1. Get a sense of humor, go watch a comedy, and get off your over-sensitive power trip.

 2. #6 is in-part true (unkempt, overweight and old characterizes some Cooley students I see daily). You don't drive by there everyday, so keep your ignorant opinions to yourself.

 3. Law IS prestigious because of the power invested in individuals who help to shape the governing mechanisms of society. That is a powerful tool which should be exclusive. I know MANY people I wouldn't want partaking in anything affiliated w/ law.

 4. Quit acting like I'm on here kicking puppies; I'm simply stating an opinion on the internet. Too bad you're sensitive to others' feelings yet not open-minded.

 5. EVERYONE on here knows that I am in no way affiliated w/ the actual Amar (many probably donít know who that is), so stop crying yourself to sleep about me ruining your mentorís reputation.


Far be it from me to defend Dashrashi, but you sir are a f-ing tool.  Making fun of Cooley is like kicking your defenseless puppy.  If you want to make fun of schools make fun of the ones that are equally bad like, say, Columbia.

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Not really, no.

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Cheap Thai/Indian/etc near school. Unfortunately congenitally grossed out by all seafood, except shrimp dim sum when drunk. I should've gone to Duke.

Wow, you're like the anti-me, all the way down to food.  Even the smell of Indian food is enough to make me vomit.  There are a few places in Harvard square.  I think there's one that everyone likes like 5 blocks past the law school and Lesley on Mass Ave, but I could be thinking of something else.  Like I mentioned, not my forte.

Point #2.  Nothing in Cambridge is cheap.  Ever.  Abandon that thought now.

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What are you looking for?  Definately go down toward the Harbor and get lobster/crab/seafood one night.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: PSA: In Case it Wasn't Obvious...
« on: July 15, 2007, 06:54:15 PM »
The guy is a terd.  I've only been reading this board for two days and even I know not to respond to him.

He's right about the Stanford packet.  I can't speak for the Harvard or Yale ones since they didn't find it prudent to accept me, but who cares.  A sad a-hole will be a sad a-hole even if he has the option of going to any of the top few schools.


Shutup Dashrashi/Goalie/some other feminist on an alt.  Get back on your real name

Whatever! I know how to spell turd!

And I definitely got the boot from Stanford, so there!  :D

Or hadn't you noticed that I can't be bothered to pick on you?

::pats head::

Hence you're one of the few bearable ones here -- - -- when you're not discussing the patriarchy that is.

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it's nice to see some real responses to this thread.

I think that it's true that most of the wage gap is not overt, conscious discrimination--but you do not see many women in the upper levels of most professions. "Opting out" might be a woman's "choice" but her options are not that great.

see this semi-famous article--it should be required for any woman who hopes to be a professional: http://www.prospect.org/cs/articles?articleId=10659

My solution is to marry a starving artist who isn't interested in a high powered career. He puts in more than 50% of what needs to be done at home and he's got a flexible schedule--my career will enable him to continue on a creative path. With him I can be sure that I'll have support for my career.


Why do women continually try to be what they're not?  Namely men?

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