« on: August 11, 2004, 06:10:33 PM »
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But the poor little cows! Try Boca burgers
slow poke - mmmm rabbit food.
You a vegetarian or vegan? I am a vegan who occasionally messes up and has dairy products. I just like milk and cheese so much.
No, he is partisan. He was a Republican Congressman, that doesn't just change when you start a talk show. I don't think that his show is non-partisan.
Talk-show host or not, he would have still been there.
I may have posted this before... but here I go.
I took the ACT; would have taken the SAT but I moved to Michigan senior year. The first time I took it was a mistake. The night before I was somehow convinced to spend the night drinking. I was not a heavy drinker at all but, somehow, I managed to finish a bottle of Aftershock (broke it open to retrieve crystals and all). I passed out in the snow and was eventually dragged home. After two hours of drunken sleep my mom woke me up and dragged me to the testing center. I read about 1/4 of the questions... yet answered them all. After starting each section I decided the quicker I finished, the sooner I could either go vomit or go home.
I got a 19.
I re-took the ACT a few months later and scored a 31. The last practice LSAT I took I scored a 161 which is an improvement from my first score of 149. I can do better and am pretty sure I will score around 165 on the next.
Law School Applications / Re: Which books are you currently reading? (Doesnt have to be law school/law rel« on: August 09, 2004, 07:52:09 PM »
My Life by Bill Clinton
Foucault's Pendulum by Umberto Eco
and, of course, Princeton Reviews Guide to "Cracking the LSAT"
« on: August 07, 2004, 04:06:15 PM »
There are schools were 149 is the median 25% score. So if you scored this on your LSAT, and your GPA was decent, yes... you would get into a law school. However, this is just your diagnostic. Most people I know raise their score by at least 5, if not more, when it comes time to take the LSAT. This would put you at 154 which is good enough for many Tier-2 schools.
No worries Keep studying.
« on: August 07, 2004, 04:02:18 PM »
Yes, I can empathize with your situation. Making such wise decisions such as driving under the influence is an obvious illustration of your superior intellect. We can not possibly communicate on the same echelon as you.
Have fun at Cooley.
« on: August 07, 2004, 03:55:12 PM »
You are the epitome of a good attitude, right? I never listen to people like you, they are called hypocrites.
Uhh ohh, now she is digging into Jew-Lo. You wont make any friends here by doing that
As for your DUI, well... it certainly isnt going to help your chances of getting into any law schools. You better work on uping your LSAT score.