To the 106 applicants who applied to Yale with >3.0 and >155, unless you cured colon cancer as an extracurricular, WTF were you thinking?
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« on: December 11, 2007, 12:01:18 AM »
if you're an idiot who wants to look flaky, immature, and unprepared for the rigors of law school then the answer is still probably not.
It's a half-assed reference to the Simpsons... I wanted to like it, because it was a reference to the golden age (season 3-8) era. But Wallace meant to say "But the bad news is the frogurt contains potassium benzoate".
LSDers are some sly devils, always inserting inconspicuous little pop-culture references to unsuspecting users.
I'm sorry to break your LSAT-spoony hearts, but the wait only begins after you get your LSAT score. That's when you feel the ultimate in crunch-time, as I'm currently feeling. Not to mention the anxiety of knowing that people with your numbers are already in, and you're still on the sideline, waiting for the other team to punt.
I was plotting an elaborate argument opposing your view, Wallace, then I realized that you're right.
...damn rational thinking to hell!
« on: December 10, 2007, 11:23:34 PM »
I'm pretty sure I hold the world record for LSAT-related dreams. Before the Sept. test I had one nearly every night for three weeks (ranging from proctor mishaps to my test's ink being too faint to see all while the dreamy proctors disregard my panic).
Woke up horrified everytime.
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