« on: November 24, 2006, 05:48:40 PM »
Whew, just finished putting together my employment discrimination exam (3 essays) and contracts (40 MC and 2 essays). I hope they are as tough as I think they are.
They are...called Flavorette. But don't think NY was all in love with him...she just wants exposure as well.
Flav did it for exposure as well. "Love" and "exposure" aren't mutually exclusive. You can love the hell out of someone while taking advanatge of the exposure it affords you. That's just being smart. Exposure aside, she was the still the most qualified candidate IMO.
Good for NY. She'll be just fine. Flav can just move the hell on with his horny old man ways.
I would almost buy the preparing-you-for-the-courtroom argument if it were actually the case that most of these profs have actually argued in front of a judge. They haven't. It's more about their power trip than teaching you valuable life lessons.
And if that were to happen at my law school (I've never seen it), I don't think people would sit idly. Lord knows they'd start some sort of protest or petition...
lp, go back and read the op, the student effed up and thought he'd be excused from dicussing the case but didnt realize that a book isn't necessary and got caught out there, the prof could have verbally reprimanded the student for his bs but kicking him out of class is ridiculous, if it was the second time then fine but not the first. we all know that the student feels like the size of a pea for not be prepared in the first place so kicking him out was just spiteful
there was nothing twisted about my "extreme" example i was just doing the same thing you did in regards to finally's last post on the subject. im done, no hard feelings lp...back to lurker status
now LP, you know i think your great and are a valuable resource but i'm gonna need you to get over yourself and go back to your student years. You kick a student out of class for being an a-hole or possibly for not being prepared for a 2nd time. you're gonna have to talk about your opinons on this sitution with your peers.
You are not putting food on his table. He is in charge of the class, and not leaving when asked to leave could get you into trouble. Just be prepared and you wont have any problem.
YOU students are something else. You want the professor to teach you the subject, but control those around you that are on the internet and control the ones that ramble on something other than the subject of the course, but if he tries to exert control over YOU, you are going to break your foot in his ass. I got some news for you, you dont run the class, the professor does. Just like when you are in a courtroom, the judge runs the courtroom. PERIOD!
and if we took your side to the extreme there would be no one in class to learn b/c nobody is ever going to be 100% on topics being discussed by a law prof. on any day, GET REAL
now i must blue book, lord knows y'all ain't paying my tution so my profs can have hearty meals and i can get decent gradesOk, lets take y'alls logic to the extreme. If everyone had that same attitude, and no one decided to talk in class then what? No one would learn and you all would cry, this professor is horrilbe, he is not teaching us anything (like you all dont cry that anyway). You act like you make your decisions and they have no consequences. GROW UP.