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BTW, my favorite part of the Michael Moore film is when he asks those politicians to sign their kids up for the military.  Give me a break.  I signed myself up.  We ALL signed ourselves up; parents don't have that power.  If I die in Iraq it will be sad... but it won't be my dad's fault. 

Clear misrepresentation of the point of that scene

misrepresentation... Michael Moore.. man.. that is just too easy, I'll leave that hanging curve for someone else.

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I already do worship Michael Moore.  He really knows everything (including the address of every Dunkin Donuts and Krispy Kreme east of the Miss. by heart)!

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I think I actually proposed to my wife when a neil diamond song was playing.  I meant to do it later that day and be all romantic, but I was way too excited and it was becoming very transparent that something was up.  I had to pop the question or explode... and Neil happened to be in the CD player.

As long as it wasn't while "Cracklin' Rose you're a store bought woman" was playing, I approve.


HAHA..nope it was on that CD, but luckily it was after it.

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And why would I want to live at Fort Benning and work with an organization that condones killing?

Wait.. I missed that comment.  I retract my apology.  That is exactly the kind of blind idiocy that drives me just as nuts as Jerry Falwell does.

"Look at me, I'm Sandra Dee, lousy with "Liberal"-ity"

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I think I actually proposed to my wife when a neil diamond song was playing.  I meant to do it later that day and be all romantic, but I was way too excited and it was becoming very transparent that something was up.  I had to pop the question or explode... and Neil happened to be in the CD player.

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Dax, don't bother arguing with Jennaye.  She is a poli sci major and her LSN proudly touts leading "social activism", so she must know all there is to know in the world.  Don't you know that college "activists" draw on their enormous life experiences and are sources of absolute right?  Gees, get with the program!   ;)

179 ( i always leave room for improvement)

Ah yes, let's resort to attacking each others' extracurriculars and making assumptions about their open-mindedness based on that. 

I don't claim to know everything, and I only "proudly tout" my activism on LSN because it's relevant to my applications. 

Based on many of your recent posts, I was convinced you were omniscient.  I was planning to start worshiping you next Tuesday.

Sorry, I shouldn't be such a smart elic, but I'm a conservative-moderate on a very liberal campus.  I get tired of people's inability to see how narrow-minded they can be in their liberalism (a concept that still baffles me).  It amazes me even more that those yelling with this united voice, in large part (even the profs), have never experienced adult life outside of the academia bubble and can be absolutely certain that they are right at all times.

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Neil Diamond is much better than Barry (OK, so I'm just rationalizing that I like Neil Diamond and own a 2-disc set)

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Dax, don't bother arguing with Jennaye.  She is a poli sci major and her LSN proudly touts leading "social activism", so she must know all there is to know in the world.  Don't you know that college "activists" draw on their enormous life experiences and are sources of absolute right?  Gees, get with the program!   ;)

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General board for soon-to-be 1Ls / Re: Who wants to be a law prof?
« on: February 26, 2005, 08:40:59 PM »
Where do I want to teach?  Ah, who knows.  It'd be nice to teach somewhere prestigious eventually, but in the meantime I wouldn't mind going to an OK school with a decent international law faculty.  William and Mary or Washington and Lee come to mind; they're both OK in IL and are in gorgeous, low cost-of-living locations.  But they're both pretty prestigious.  Even W and M and W and L mainly recruit their faculty from Harvard.  I guess I'd have to aim lower at first.  Who knows.  It'd be awesome to eventually teach at Georgetown and be at the (or one of the) center of the international legal world.

You should try starting at someplace like Pepperdine.  You could hold class on the beach.  ;D

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General board for soon-to-be 1Ls / Re: Who wants to be a law prof?
« on: February 26, 2005, 03:13:23 PM »
What level do you want to teach?  Keep in mind that most of Leiter is only based on top 100 schools.  If you aren't set on starting out at a top school, you may be able to teach without being the all star student.

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