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Black Law Students / Re: Do I have good tastes?
« on: May 26, 2006, 06:38:46 PM »
post people that you find attractive and i'll (or someone else) tell you if you have good tastes. regular people preferred :), but celebs will do. :(

Yeah, she's kinda weird-looking. The second picture is by far the best.

Overall.. 6.5/10

ya gotta love a girl who poses in a pearl necklace ;)

hmm....this seems too odd of a question to pose here. so, i won't respond.

hope you find the answer you're lookin' 4.

Black Law Students / Re: Tell me about your background.
« on: May 26, 2006, 06:27:01 PM »
Where is the cutoff btw upper middle class and lower upper class? 

As far as salary, I've always heard between $600-700K. Some people just use it to mean that they're professionals, even if they make more than this.

damn, if you pull in over half a million you are rich in my book.  what is the demarcation point between middle and uppermiddleclass?

i think they put 2 "Os" too many in that figure. THAT's what I thought middle-class meant when i was a kid!

What's up everybody? I'm an African-American male, 17, and I'm in band too. I'm about to be a college freshman(graduated high school just now) and I realized that I wanted to be an attorney and practice law a while ago; anyhow, I am new to this board and I am sure that I will gain experience and knowledge through these forums. I plan to start studying for the LSAT this summer because I really have nothing else better to do and I think that it's never too early to study. I plan on going to a top law school(HYS) when that time comes, but for now, I plan to focus on my grades and stuff. For ECs, I figured I'd join our government association, mock trial team, and maybe something else that intrests me besides band. Does anyone have any advice to hand me that they wish they'd know in undergrad?

"get a job."

that was my dad's advice. just kidding.

if you don't need to, don't. study, study, study. plan on not getting less than a 3.9 and you'll be fine. keep up the good work!

Yay or nay. Still waiting on HLS, though.

good decision. now, you can do public interest if you want.

Black Law Students / Re: Tell me about your background.
« on: May 26, 2006, 06:17:41 PM »
when i was in 4th grade the kid across the table from me said, "my mamma is rich." i said to myself, "oh yeah, why in the hell do you live in my neighborhood."

hmmmmmm :D

Black Law Students / Re: In this thread, we make pseudo-XOXO posts
« on: May 26, 2006, 06:13:23 PM »
I threw a turd at a n-word today.

that's a very righteous thing you did today young, go wipe yourself.

Black Law Students / Re: Ask a White Dude
« on: May 26, 2006, 06:11:48 PM »
Ok I'll bite. :) Why do I see white guys wearing shorts in the wintertime? Don't your legs get cold? ???

yea and to add on, why do white people feel the need to wear flip flops throughout the year, and not use an umbrella when it's raining?

because they're probably from washington or ny state

I appreciate that analysis Burning Sands!

When I look at the numbers, I definitly see myself doing alot better overall by just going to law school and getting it out of the way. As far a money while in school,It would probably be best if I just get a part-time gig which would allow me more time to study and opportunities for Summer Internships.

Realistically...what would be required to aquire a Big Law job coming out of law school?

law review and clerking for a judge.

Black Law Students / Re: Why, n-word, why?
« on: May 26, 2006, 06:03:31 PM »

this chick isn't cute; so why you got the im-bout-to-eat-watermelon grin? why, n-word, why?

they thought they were at the dirty dancing auditions, why n-word why?!!!!!

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