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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Any florida test takers??
« on: June 07, 2005, 03:09:25 PM »
Yeah I'm less than a mile from USF... I should've registered two weeks ago when there were still slots! Now I have to drive 20 miles.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Any florida test takers??
« on: June 07, 2005, 03:05:00 PM »
Hey maka nani, did you already register for a test center?

I'm probably going to retake in October. Since USF is full I guess it's either Eckerd or Saint Leo for me. Anyone headed there besides Nellbelle?

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Where should I go next fall? / Re: Looks like it is Wake, baby!
« on: June 02, 2005, 03:12:42 PM »
Congrats nolegirl, I know you will do well. If Bama knows what's best they will get you off the list quick-like!


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We have Medicaid for the poor here. Many of those who supposedly 'cannot get healthcare' are just healthy people who will sign up for Medicaid if they get sick. Look at the numbers. Many uninsured people are eligible. You have to look beyond the Marxist spin. Further, if you have a life-threatening emergency, you will not be turned away.

To give every American access to the best possible health care would cost more money than anyone could afford. Our research and technological developments have made the 'best' health care ridiculously expensive. This care is not even available in most Euro countries. Instead, basically everyone gets the same mediocre treatment.


Go to the hospital on your deathbed, receive a bill for $130K, write a letter saying you are poor and you can't pay... BAM hospital bill is gone.

so long as it turns out well.

Not dead!

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We have Medicaid for the poor here.  Many of those who supposedly 'cannot get healthcare' are just healthy people who will sign up for Medicaid if they get sick.  Look at the numbers.  Many uninsured people are eligible.  You have to look beyond the Marxist spin.  Further, if you have a life-threatening emergency, you will not be turned away.

To give every American access to the best possible health care would cost more money than anyone could afford.  Our research and technological developments have made the 'best' health care ridiculously expensive.  This care is not even available in most Euro countries.  Instead, basically everyone gets the same mediocre treatment.


Go to the hospital on your deathbed, receive a bill for $130K, write a letter saying you are poor and you can't pay... BAM hospital bill is gone.

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I just saw the thread by JeffB... Apparently I should've went there first!

 ::)

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I BELIEVE the minimum score to qualify is a 640, though the interest rates would probably be ugly.

Call them and ask.  They'll know much better than any of us...

Yeah, I tried that. They won't give out specific criteria--they did give me the "more than your score" speech though. I can't imagine THAT much more is considered.

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It might be too late for any of that talk... but does anyone know what kind of score the lenders require for loans? I'm looking at Sallie Mae LAWLOANS. I will probably be attending in the Spring so I have a few months to try to pay off debt and get my score up. I also might not be able to find a co-signer due to the fact my family and friends are lazy a$$ b1tches.

650?

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I saw the location on google maps, pretty close to Stetson, is that a decent neighborhood?

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