I know it seems obsurd to most of you, but to those with jobs, school, and a social its simply reality.
As for your last sentence, it's a big mistake to assume that YOUR reality is the reality of OTHERS. There are plenty of people who BUST ASS all day, and are successful, still have jobs, school, and social lives. You must not be able to do that. Work harder. Get to know some of these people and try to emulate their time management.
I also think that it's a mistake to assume that other people on this board haven't worked while in school. I put myself through school, and this involved working full time while carrying a full courseload. My LSAT and GPA were enough to get me a scholarship to a T100 school, and after first year I was able to transfer to a T28 school.
You have no way of knowing how hard other students have worked to get where they are, and to assume that those who have gotten higher LSATs and GPAs must have had it easier than you is pure vainglory.