« on: September 21, 2007, 02:45:07 PM »
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I'm going to be bluntly honest with you. I think you have an over-inflated opinion of yourself and your abilities.
I think your performance as an adult in the last 20 years, not stellar by your own admission, is more indicative of your performance than a score on a test 20 years ago. I think you need to start looking inward and fix YOURSELF, and then maybe you can concentrate on taking the LSAT and going to law school. The way to start is by being honest with yourself. No more hiding behind the "But I'm so smart and no one understands me!" bull. A majority of people on this forum are very smart, and we all seem to manage. Stop playing with girls 20 years your junior. Grow up. Get thee to a therapist and learn how to not be so damn self-centered and arrogant.
If you don't get along with a boss or two, hey, it happens to everyone. But when you can't get along with ANY boss, you need to start looking at the common denominator in those relationships, you.
As a fellow non-trad, I have tried to sympathize with you. However, you make it extremely difficult. You remind me of my teenagers, and I'm speaking to you now as I would to them. Time to stop lying to yourself and BECOME who you really want to be. Surely this isn't it.
Also, it won't get me MONEY MONEY MONEY from reputable schools. I suspect that I cannot afford typical law school debt. (And yet one related reason that I'm interested in getting a JD is that my earning power is so low that I cannot afford normal life without it. Cart, meet horse. You two agree on who is going first, OK?)
When you plainly insult someone but then follow it up with "no offense," you haven't negated the insult.
169 ... 170....ONE WEEK WHAT AM I GONNA DO