that was the single greatest thread hi-jack ever...
however, i have to correct the OP that the LSAT is not predictive of being a good attorney. it is predictive of success (i.e. good grades) in the 1st year of law school.
I'm always down for a good discussion about food, but forgive me for replying to something non-chipotle related.
A good score on the LSAT may not be the cause of success as an attorney, but high a LSAT score increases the chances of admission into a high ranked school, and going to a highly ranked school increases the chances of landing a high paying job.