No, those of us on this side of the board have received our decisions a long time ago. Post this on the kiddie board.
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I just dreamt that all my teeth fell out. What the hell is that supposed to mean? I'm guessing that it means the Crab People are staging an attack.
haha, I felt it was my duty as an American to warn others on the lawschooldiscussion board before the public found out.
[UPDATE] - I've sought the wisdom of an online expert and the search has produced the following extremely logical conclusion:
A scriptural interpretation for bad or falling teeth indicate that you are putting your faith, trust, and beliefs in what man thinks rather than in the word of God. The bible says that God speaks once, yea twice in a dream or a vision in order to hide pride from us, to keep us back from the pit, to open our ears (spiritually) and to instruct and correct us."
- Man, I was WAY off! Curse you "way of man!"
this is so true
« on: February 23, 2007, 09:25:52 AM »
I am actually curious. I don't know anything about these DL schools. So I went to a couple of their websites (Concord, Taft & Abraham Lincoln popped up on Google first). I must admit that I was shocked to see that the tuition was so high. Concord is almost $9k per year ($36k for all 4yrs). Abraham Lincoln is $6,750. Taft was more reasonable at $5,400 per year. Still, at the low end, you are shelling out $21k for the four years.
My understanding is that while you may come out of these schools with little or no understanding of the law, you are well rested because of DL schools' emphasis on "nap time" and are one hell of a finger painter.
« on: February 22, 2007, 10:53:28 PM »
uhh, who wants to break the news that "top 10% in a class" isn't a stat??
« on: February 21, 2007, 02:13:41 PM »
I'm at a tier 2, and I can say at times its stressful, but I dont hate it. HOWEVER, I have begun to depise 90% of my classmates, but that's really just because I'm around them constantly and their voices/mannerisms have begun to get to me. haha.
Is anyone else out there in a situation like me where 90% of their classmates are genuinely good people who will help you out when you need that help? I find that a huge group of my old 1L section still attends entire section parties and we all generally get along. Is this an anamoly?
show me on the doll where your uncle Jeb touched you
- p.s. To the OP, once you get on this side of the board... no one really cares where you got accepted/accepted with $$/etc.
« on: February 20, 2007, 11:59:02 AM »
Here's some bull: my school's law review just changed the requirements for next year's write-on so that you're required to enter the writing competition even if you will grade on to the journal. They're just waiting to reelease the names of the grade-ons until the write-on competition is over and you've tried to write on. Since I am just on the edge of grading on, this is CRAP!
Writing on builds character.