Your GPA is 2.19. You wasted a lot of cash applying there. Maybe you should have applied to truck driver school, I hear they need people right now.
Assuming that this author and other authors like him are going to law school, I am always happy to see these comments.
Using the language of the LSAT, this person is making a number of very large assumptions and is likely unaware of their assumptions and logical errors. (Plus, they have not figured out when to use a comma and when to use a semicolon.)
In the last few days, the board has a particularly hot topic that is a good example of this. The most prolific authors in these threads have been accepted to exclusive schools, but have huge gaps in their logical reasoning.
When I read these posts, I am first saddened that I am limited in my law school choices because of my GPA (I earned that GPA, I am not a victim of circumstance). When I see that my top choice schools (Yale, Georgetown, UT, UH) are rejecting me and accepting a number of people that cannot construct a single valid argument in multiple posts, I want to rage against the machine.
On the other hand, when I see highly credentialed people writing such ridiculous posts, I am relieved. When school starts in the fall, I will spend many hours learning about the law. These authors will have to reduce the number of hours that they study law to study logical reasoning and grammar. While this does not guarantee me success, it certainly gives them a disadvantage.
I want to go to Yale not because it is "ranked" in the top five, but because they have multiple unique classes in the second and third year. I want to go to Yale not because it has a great reputation, but because they have small classes and a fantastic loan-forgiveness program. I didnít apply to Stanford because they donít have a program that I want to attend. I think that Georgetown, Yale, and Harvard have all hesitated in rejecting me, because they can see that 2.19 does not accurately represent my undergraduate experience. I also did not expect to change the entire system with my three-page personal statement!
Ultimately, this person may be a chump, but he/she deserves our pity as well as our contempt.