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Well, the word on the street is that two of the Crim professors have graded their exams and turned them in. The other one (who shall remain nameless) hasn't even graded his/hers. So after all of them are graded, then they still have to be compared between the sections and then the grades have to be adjusted if there are any significant differences between the sections. Sucks, huh?

Sucks a lot, I told my future employer that my GPA would be in "any day" - lol.

Yeah, I've got to contact my prospective employers about grades as well. The "any day" approach might be a good one to take. :)

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Well, the word on the street is that two of the Crim professors have graded their exams and turned them in. The other one (who shall remain nameless) hasn't even graded his/hers. So after all of them are graded, then they still have to be compared between the sections and then the grades have to be adjusted if there are any significant differences between the sections. Sucks, huh?

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No. All I've seen are the grade distribution charts from the last few semesters. By the way, we probably won't know what our Crim grade is until Friday at the earliest.

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I guess it is kind of a double-edged sword having your SO in the program with you. On the one hand, you have someone who understands exactly what you're going through. On the other hand, it probably f-ing sucks when you have to compete against them.

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Botbot, how are your first 2 grades? My Contracts grade made me so happy that I wanted to cry... my Civ Pro grade just makes me want to cry.

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I liked season 4 of NIp/Tuck. It gets better, if I remember. Season 5 is awesome so far.

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Bluray and HD-DVD both = 1080p.  Blurays have slightly more space on the disc, but it isn't significant.  The look the same on my TV - although I always want Bluray to look better because I pay more for the disc.

Have heard Blockbuster is making a move towards bluray.  This may mean that it's going to win the format war, I think.

And Warner Brothers just signed on to Blu Ray. It looks like HD DVD may lose this battle.

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Actually, (and I'm not exactly proud of this) I have trained my body to consume my everday beers in copious amounts, although I try not to do it to all that frequently. I usually have 2-3 every night after/during studying.

I have a mental block where I can't bring myself to drink the sh*t beer, no matter how intoxicated I am. I wish I could. Save me some $$.

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I try not to injest things with "Beast" in their name. Also, I am from St. Louis and like good beer, so of course I abhor anything that AB puts out, which takes care of Natty.
Not sure if that question was directed at me or slacker, but I took the initiative to answer.

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Do you have grandpa Couch for Torts, too?

Also, must say that I am not impressed by your beers of choice. Here's mine. Feel free to bash 'em.

Everyday Beer:
In STL: Schlafley Pale
In NOLA: Red Hook Porter

Nearly Everyday Beer:
In STL: Bells 2 Hearted (when it isn't sold out everywhere)
In NOLA: Guinness Extra Stout.

Favorie NOLA Local:
I want to start this off by saying that I keep trying Abita and am just never that impressed by anything they put out. If I had to choose an Abita fav, though, I will have to say that it is the current seasonal: The Jockamo IPA. I think it is a seasonal. I'm pretty sure I haven't seen it before recently.

Favorite Beer(s) When Out:
In STL and NOLA: Unibroue Trois Pistoles, if the bar has it. If not, then the Sammy Smith Oatmeal Stout. If the bar doesn't have either, then I try to stay away.

Good luck in Torts tomorrow!


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