« on: February 26, 2007, 01:17:24 AM »
start shopping for orange
...and if you decide not to go to UT,
your new orange wardrobe will match the other loonies at the psych ward where you should probably be checking yourself into.
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Messages - Ron Hiatt
« on: August 01, 2006, 02:47:05 PM »
I was amazed to find out recently that most undergraduates courses are not subject to a forced curve, and this type of grading comes as a shock to most when they get to law school. My school graded every class on a forced curve... that explains how so many on this board are able to have such high UGPAs.
I'm interested to find out what percentage of UGPAs were subject to a forced curve.
I got an email today offering me a seat off of the waitlist. I have until Monday to decide. Yeah! (...followed by mixed emotions)
It's probably too far along. I've already made all of my plans to move with my wife to Santa Clara. It would be difficult to switch to Houston at this point in the game, although with their tuition and cost of living being half as much, not to mention about 40 positions in the USNWR... I gotta give this some serious consideration.
I believe I was giving you credit for being fake.
As a real person you are just dull-witted.
ps - you don't have to keep posting the same message in different sections. most of us look at the "last 200 topics" or "unread posts"
Look what I found (here's the link):
from visiting both schools and talking to students i would probably choose duke .... michigan is very cold and the overall feedback i get is that duke gives you more options upon graduation ....
well, well, well... now, apparently UMich is the hottest shït on the block. does that mean that Duke will give you more options than stanford?
looks like the OP has a propensity for pulling unsupported silliness out of his ass.
YOU ARE FAKE!
Stanford a regional school? Puh-lease...
« on: May 13, 2005, 12:09:58 PM »
Wow. That's pretty major news. I'm surprised that it is buried in the back pages of The Times. I mean, how often do you see a federal judge striking down a state constitutional provision?
How long until this hits SCOTUS? Vegas should have a line up on the SCOTUS ruling, I'd put money on civil unions prevailing.
« on: May 13, 2005, 11:53:53 AM »
The price is $500 or $600 a month, depending on which room I pick. Pretty sweet...
From your wording, it sounds like you are picking a room in a larger apartment? $500-600 a month is totally doable if you are willing to live with a roommate or three. If you want/need to live alone, you will not pay any less than $1000/mo for a stuido.