Messages - officeguy
« on: June 12, 2008, 04:31:34 PM »
I say try NeoOffice first. I've been using it for years for notes and papers. It has all the basics and it's Free.
« on: June 03, 2008, 12:34:15 PM »
Why no one should ever take anything on xoxo seriously...
I'll preface this by recognizing that no one here can do more than generalize (and may not be able to do that), but generalizing from the anecdotal would be a nice break from generalizing from the statistical.
I'm just an 0L, however, according to the LSDAS website those F's will be counted into your GPA.
http://lsac.org/pdfs/2008-2009/InformationBook08web.pdf Pages 28-29.
I think an argument could be made for the PS3. Like with it's new price, it's a pretty good deal. Blu-Ray, Wifi, Free online and downloadable stuff can definitely make it suitable for a casual gamer. Also it's backwards compatibility is a plus. But it all depends on what the OP wants. If you just want gaming, then go with the Wii. But if you want a bit more, then I'd consider the PS3. Or you could just get both and have the best of both worlds.
« on: May 23, 2008, 12:10:19 PM »
This thread is good entertainment. Keep it going
« on: May 22, 2008, 05:59:51 PM »
What are your thoughts on these small schools? Any inside info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Don't go to Appalachian.
If Richmond is giving you money, go to Richmond. Richmond has an Excellent reputation within the city and a generally good reputation within the surrounding states. If you do a search and look at McGuire Woods and Hunton and Williams (two V100 Firms) you will see that they are full of UR grads. And there are several smaller market paying firms within the area. Also, many judges within the RVA area are UR grads. As far as quality of life, UR is in a MUCH better location than Penn State Law. I don't know a ton about Penn State Law, but I know that Richmond is a tier 2 that owns the Richmond market. Basically, if you want VA, go to Richmond.