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Take Imodium.


I'm actually drinking Bonjemi chinese tea today to flush myself out before tomorrow.  It acts as a very gentle diuretic, and very quickly.  I wouldn't recommend ex-lax'd be in a much worse state then you would be otherwise.

The only other thing I can suggest is drink a bunch of water and then go running or something.  It'll definitely get your bowels moving a little faster.

Financial Aid / Re: good credit score?
« on: April 07, 2006, 11:10:35 PM »

Very good resource.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Sign up for LSAT but NOT take it?
« on: August 25, 2005, 04:48:10 PM »
I scored a 165 on the June '05 LSAT and am signed up to take it again in Oct. I have just started re-prepping.  If for some reason I ultimately decide NOT to retake it (I've already signed up), is this something that adcoms will see or care about?  As in, will they see I signed up to take it in Oct. but then ended up not taking it?  Obviously, I plan on not retaking if I am not 100% sure of at least a 2-3 point improvement, and I won't really know if that will happen until late Sept.

Comments? Thanks.

The LSAC site says you can formally request a refund, and if you do, the test date will be wiped out, and it will be as if you never signed up to take the test.  This is only if you request a refund though.

Maybe I am missing something, but what is the question being asked?


i would have to say "and justice for all" starring al pachino. great movie, if you havent seen it.

I'll agree with you on this one, it is one of my favorite movies!  I have it on DVD.

Law School Applications / Re: bad credit = no law school for you?
« on: June 15, 2005, 12:34:01 PM »
Well I did pay all creditors back and got my FICO back to 0. But I am concerned about this cycle of poverty I seem to be in, and our society seems to place a glass ceiling above those below poverty level.

Your FICO is not at 0.  Who told you that?  You only have a 0 FICO score if you have absolutely no credit history.  Obviously you do if someone told you that you have bad credit.  FICO scores range anywhere from 350-850.

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