« on: August 02, 2010, 07:38:55 PM »
Go, Irxxy! You get something... and hopefully not at the 300 mile boundary
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« on: July 20, 2010, 08:30:48 PM »
I'm going to go to Equal Justice Works in DC in October I think, if I don't have anything by then. I'm meeting with my career adviser this afternoon, but I doubt she'll tell me anything other than "apply! network!" I'm sure ya'll saw the ATL post about my school. I'm kinda worried since I'm looking at a very niche area of law for next summer
I think I'll probably be at EJW in DC as well -- there are a few NDN orgs that have recruited there in the past, so I suspect they'll be there again. However, I'm really looking for something in my own niche market (yeah, as if NDN law wasn't niche-y enough, I'm niche-ing within a niche...) I figure if it I can't find anything, I'll just spend the summer in Italy at the international art crime program.
And thanks for the info on our undercover TM...
« on: July 19, 2010, 01:40:27 PM »
I admit that I post here and there on TLS -- mostly out of complete boredom since LSD has gone on life-support. But 95% of the posters are complete DBs... I'm left in a complete funk that these are the majority of punks who will be our colleagues someday. Blech.
ION, I did not fill out any bids for OCI. Just not gonna do it.
« on: June 26, 2010, 08:30:55 PM »
Did anyone see what the curve was on that test? -12 for a 170 and there was even a removed question. I wonder if it's the hordes of underprepared "ZOMG I CAN'T FIND A JOB WITH MY LEISURE AND RECREATION STUDIES DEGREE!!!!!!!!!111111111111Q!?/" people who are making it easier for those who prepped?I can understand freaking out a bit leading up to taking the test, but freaking out while waiting a few hours for the score is weak sauce. Anyone that prepped and practiced decently well should have a pretty good idea, within a few points, of how they did. I'm always baffled by the people who end up with a score ~10 points lower than their claimed practice test average who also thought they did really well after the test.
I thought I did just as badly on #3 (+9) as 1 and 2 . Goes to show you perceptions are totally whacked when it comes to these things.
And I'm totally LOLing over the L & R degree... (and glad I ended up where I'm at...)
« on: May 29, 2010, 11:24:06 PM »
I still haven't purchased my tickets for London, as it now looks like that other damn (and much, much bigger) volcano is going to blow in the next few weeks. Arg! I specifically requested NO NATURAL DISASTERS in July... I mean, WTF? Customer service really sucks these days...