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« on: September 13, 2004, 12:49:01 AM »
Didn't actually have intercourse for some time. First girlfriend, I loved giving her oral sex. She didn't like going down on me though, but I was fine with her not. I found giving to be very arousing. She had strict Mormon parents, and I would have to get her home early. A lot of the times, I'd drive home very excited and just take care of myself.
Strangely, I think I prefer this to intercourse. My tongue has much more endurance than my penis.
« on: September 13, 2004, 12:28:38 AM »
Oh, some high schools offer concurrent enrollment. They let you take college classes during regular class hours.
« on: September 12, 2004, 06:06:12 AM »
Am I the last person to figure out that Cool hand Luke is your bf?
No, I think *I* am the last one to figure that out.
Always the last to hear good news.
Now I can use my personal influence to really
get you to Yale so I have a shot elsewhere.
You'd be accepted to Yale for me, right hun? Puh-lease? *bats eyelashes*
« on: September 12, 2004, 04:45:37 AM »
Um. You're not Maddox.
« on: September 12, 2004, 04:39:29 AM »
Oh, and does anyone else suspect that Cooley is actually their first pick school and they're trying to thin the competition?
« on: September 12, 2004, 04:36:01 AM »
Ok, I've been here a short while and honestly can't figure out the relationship (if any) between DOWNY and SNUGGLE. Are they the same person? They certainly seem to have a similar sense of humor.
Also, have they posted anything "serious" recently? Ever? What are your opinions of these two?
« on: September 12, 2004, 04:05:40 AM »
The student pool at elite schools is certainly better, and I don't mean to imply that state school's grades are better, but given the ~0.3 gap between public and private averages, GPAs might very nearly be comprable. Fraz Ferdinand gives us at least some anecdotal support for this.
I took classes in high school and also found them easy. Inherently easy subjects, like Pookie says below.
« on: September 10, 2004, 03:59:01 AM »
In the actual test, games was the only section I got a perfect score in, with over five minutes to spare (review). I only missed one in reading with nearly five minutes left over to correct mistakes. This mirrored my practice tests.
I find reasoning the most time-consuming and error-prone. Almost every question is a new set-up. I could barely finish the sections, and any time checking was swallowed by re-reading (or rather, reading closely for the first time) answers for damn parallel reasoning questions. I made silly mistakes.
For some reason I don't have this problem with reading comprehensive. For me, having only four real set-ups is a lot less draining.
As for games, they're second nature to me. Probably because I used to do logic puzzles for fun.
« on: September 10, 2004, 03:51:27 AM »
Y'know, I'm not sure how learnable the LSAT is.
I took a dozen practice tests, but after the first few (where I did improve...from about 168), I just hovered around 172, which I ultimately got. It's just a very pure test. That is, it's a test-taking test with enough logic crap to make some folk around here confuse it with an intellegence test. I don't think it is though. I'm not terribly bright, I just test well.
That said, you can probably improve a lot more than I did. You didn't do well in other standardized tests, and I think that can be learned.
Remember, if you get a 163 Cooley is free, apparently.
« on: September 10, 2004, 03:39:14 AM »
Go to Yale! Then maybe I can go somewhere.
I knew a lot of folk doing precision slacking in high school, but for intentionally graduating college with a 2.003, he deserves a medal.
Oh. Chemistry and philosohy. Not expecting big things out of it; I did it for personal interest and to make something of an aborted engineering degree.