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Studying for the LSAT / Re: who hasn't gotten their score yet?
« on: October 17, 2007, 10:10:22 AM »

Fool me once, shame on you.  Fool me twice, and we won't get fooled again.

Take some sleeping pill.

Find your local neighborhood dealer and score some bud and vicodin.  Pick up some of your preferred alcoholic beverage.  Find a comfy couch or lazy-boy in front of a TV (with comedy central and cartoon network preferred).  Keep other vicodin nearby.  Take one or two vicodin (depending on body size and tolerance, use good judgement).  Sit back in couch, turn on comedy central, and slowly ingest favorite liquor (do not exceed a few).  Smoke the bud, through a water bong preferred.  In about two hours you'll find yourself in a near comatose state of pure narcotic-cocktail bliss.   About every 2-3 hours when you have a brief moment of lucidity, take an additional 1/2 or whole vicodin tablet. 

If you're afraid of drug testing, skip the weed. 

This is also highly recommended if you have a broken back or similar injury preventing you from sleeping.


I've honestly never tried it.  What are some of the side effects?  Why do you use it?

It's the nighttime, sniffling, sneezing, coughing, aching, fever, best sleep you ever got with a cold… medicine.

Also, if you ingest large quantities the Dextromethorphan will give you an LSD like effect, but I wouldn't recommend it.  If you're still in college, you should be able to find better hard core psychoactive substances to abuse.

  In fact, male private part is a lawyer in Northern IL.

Apparently, this board has something against male private part Nixon, male private part Clark, male private part Cheney, and male private part van Dyke.  I wonder if it likes male private part's Last Resort also...

Well, I thought "Yuck Fale" was an obvious spoonerism on here, but some sloooow people were thinking it was my actual name because they see that I'm Asian. No, Yuck Fale is not an Asian name. Ok, bye for now.

So who made the worse mistake here? The person who assumed that was your real name, or you for assuming people would realize that is not your real name.  I've met some folks in life with names (Ben Dover, male private part Short, Mike Hunt - yes these are real people) whose names you would think were not real.

(yes, I did recognize the transposition of letters. I'm not trying to defend my own ignorance.  Actually there really isn't a point  to this posting other than to say the names Ben Dover, Mike Hunt, and male private part Short).  In fact, male private part is a lawyer in Northern IL.

I took the LSAT once before in 1991 and scored in the top 25%.  I didn't really study for it, I sorta knew I wasn't going to go to law school then.  Kicked ass on the GMAT several years later (top 5%), which I did study for.

This time around, I did a moderate amount of studying (A bunch of sections individually, and Powerscore books), but nowhere near what I've heard other people doing.

Anyhow, I think I got 150-155 though.  I'll be kinda bummed if it's under 150.  I'm hoping for a 158 or higher, which should be enough to get me into one of the two TTT I want to get into. 

I'll probably take it again regardless.  I've still got practice tests I didn't get to and hell, it's only $123 and 4 hours out of my life. 

Just thought I'd let you all know this, as if any of you really care.


What the hell are you talking about...Claims based on faulty sources obviously render the claim flawed. It's one of the easiest type of reasoning quesiton on the LSAT, Please spare me ignorant patronizing.

Even a broken clock is right twice a day.  The assumption that because the source is flawed the claim is also is highly suspect, even you with your 174 LSAT and 3.98 GPA should know that.

Law School Admissions / LSAC GPA
« on: October 16, 2007, 04:27:39 PM »
Does the LSAC have your reported GPA online somewhere, or would I have to call them, fax, or write some letter old school like in order to get it.


Go to a lower-ranked school and kill the curve. 

"It's better to rule in hell, than to serve in heaven."

This is beautiful and unique.

Usually people complain about not being able to read for the LSAT.  Now you can't read because of the LSAT.


(sniffs) Whats that...?(sniffing) Do I smell a class action?  I think I do.

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