« on: June 12, 2005, 12:38:44 AM »
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Messages - desmo
« on: June 06, 2005, 12:51:23 PM »
In June of 04 it was pretty obvious. I had two RC sections and the question count on the second was way less than the first. Knowing that LSAT typically has 99-101 questions, the second RC would have shorted the total too far. Of course I wasn't sure until after seeing the question count on all the sections, but I think one of the other sections would have had to have over 30 to make the total work.
Well i mean, i did apologize for bringing it up the way i did. And i did tell her that i didnt appreciate her being super defensive and attacking me with no reason, but that i understood why. But clearly i hit some sort of string that induced the tears. I have no idea what it was, but apparently it was big. Hopefully she wont kill me while im in my sleep. But if i stop posting...you guys know why.
maybe it was just coming up on that time of the month...
Don't apologize; let her stay embarrassed and upset. After a while she might even realize how it is all her fault and apologize to you.
meanwhile he still has to live with her. swallow your pride and move on, its a skill he'll have to develop after marriage anyway...
« on: June 06, 2005, 12:21:41 PM »
I'm so confused.
this is a joke right?
I mean you can't really be this clueless can you?
I think they should make a law school version!
It was called the Paper Chase and was on years ago.
And the Asian girl is just fugly IMO.
Can't wait until the Sopranos finally starts again.
apologize, grovel for her forgiveness at your rudeness (with a straight face please) but calmly tell her the truth that it's getting a little old. In addition, record her / him and play it back, preferably by accident when her parents visit.
no, you were not the inconsiderate one, but you won't win this. It's easier to move on towards a solution than argue over what you did.