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Current Law Students / Re: External Hard Drives
« on: May 01, 2006, 05:31:49 AM »
Yeah, but you have to be careful because you get what you pay for.  Cheap HDs are known to crap out, then what?  You are just as screwed.  Go for a good one, its a good investment and $150 bucks isn't much money.

Poll Question: Do you think Erapitt Is More Disgusting Than Downy Was?

How on earth are my worse than that dude lol?  He posts ridiculous, unrelated comments about whatever he wants to.  I post regarding law school and express my opinion.

Also, I think its hilarious that yet another troll that is too cowardly to post from their normal account is making comments about me.  Bring it on cupcake.

Current Law Students / Re: External Hard Drives
« on: May 01, 2006, 04:43:38 AM »
10 gigs would likely be a flash storage device rather than an external hard drive.  I recommend both for anybody.  You can pick up a maxtor 200 gig hard drive for $150 bucks.  Well worth it, especially if you listen to MP3s.

Current Law Students / Re: poor lawyers
« on: April 30, 2006, 03:42:55 PM »
That wasn't my point.  My point is $90-100K in DC is middle class.  Add in a $1,000/month loan payment into the mix and you aren't even able to buy a home in this area.  A 2 BR Condo runs around $400K+ and that is a CONDO.  Homes start around $650K in a decent suburb, not to mention you will likely want your kids to go to private school since most Northern VA public schools are horrible.

I was just making a point that DC is overpriced and although it may seem like you will be making big bucks here, you won't be. 

Current Law Students / Re: poor lawyers
« on: April 30, 2006, 10:30:47 AM »
Well, well, well, it looks like for competitive, socially-driven people going to work for a small firm still guarantees success and big money (not sarcastic!)

definitely, fpa, law school opens doors to quite good money! Even some minority that goes to work for the government can expect earn $90-100K/yr in 5 years or so!

Too bad in DC (most likely where a lawyer can expect to work for the government) $90-100K is chump change and barely puts you at middle class.

Current Law Students / Re: How do I reply to this thread
« on: April 26, 2006, 03:34:01 AM »
Because they are probably giving it to FL so gotta make sure the loser gets the last word in.

Current Law Students / Re: poor lawyers
« on: April 12, 2006, 04:41:22 PM »
What planet are you living on?  Market rate in DC, NYC, and other major city is $2400/week and it looks as if it may be going up once the 1st year associate salaries increase this year.

You are oh so wise.  Gimme a break.  I know how it is in the real world and have family and friends in the legal profession.  I work with lawyers on a regular basis and whether you want to admit it or not, ranking does matter in terms of job prospects and when you are looking into tens of thousands of dollars that needs to be addressed.

My life is just fine.  The way I act to jerkoffs such as yourself is in no way indicative of how I am on a daily basis.  I have a wonderful wife, a great job, as well as a family and friends support system that I feel privelaged to have.

I simply don't have time for people like you.  You are a hypocrit.  You spent the entire evening yesterday calling me names and badmouthing me, then you go and comment about how terrible I am for coming back at you.

Is your friend's story supposed to touch me?  Your friend should have not taken the exam if he had other things on his mind, but even though he went through with it, he could always retest and if he scores more than 10 points higher most schools take the higher score.  My comment about those below a 150 related to those that hold onto and do no better than a 150 LSAT and I still hold that belief.  The market IS saturated.  You go to a middle of the road regional school so you are able to find jobs.  That doesn't mean those flooding out of Cooley or Roger Williams can do the same.  Medical school, dental school, doctoral programs.... even chiropractic programs have limits on who may enter and who may not.  Yet, for some unknown reason, people feel it is their right to attend law school.

Your argument is filled with holes and is nothing but a bitter rant.

Oh.... I AM better than you.  It doesn't need to be said.  It is just the way it is  .

Current Law Students / Re: poor lawyers
« on: April 12, 2006, 02:30:23 PM »
Florida... You are the one that got all tough guyish and started calling names.  Its easy to talk trash when you won't be around to see how I do.  Also, I already have a job, likely making more than you will out of law school so keep your "hahahaha" to yourself you loser.

Besides, if I recall, you claim that you aren't going to practice after law school.  Oh.... $1800 for a week.... Don't get all high and mighty as that isn't even market rate hot shot.

Current Law Students / Re: poor lawyers
« on: April 12, 2006, 01:38:10 PM »
I think this is a troll thread.  There is no way you were GW law review, top of your class, wanted biglaw, and are now making $50K per year lol.

I make more than that now working for the government.

Quit trolling.  Top 10% at Catholic would get you a great job, let alone honors at GW.

OK... I just read through your posts.  You are the same retard that said brought us such insights as "No Yale, No State," and also stated that people get good jobs out of GULC because of mommy and daddy hahahha.  Your entire account exists to irritate people and now that it is known, nobody will pay anymore attention to you troll.

This guy hasn't even started school yet, and he thinks he can tell law students what is what.....

Yeah, I'm only a professional in the REAL world that sees how things work.  You are a moron.  I love how you sheltered 23 year olds that have ZERO work experience think you know what is what.  FL, get over yourself.  I have already dealt with your dumba@@

Current Law Students / Re: poor lawyers
« on: April 12, 2006, 04:38:25 AM »
That isn't true.  If you ask the career office, usually the salary data is based on something around 60-75% of reported salaries.  The salary data is worthless since those not reporting are likely those with the lowest paying jobs.

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