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Law School Admissions / Re: Northwestern interview
« on: July 19, 2005, 04:57:25 PM »
First of all, I haven't gone through the past few months, instead just the last couple of weeks. Oooh and actually, I'm going to be a patent attorney.  Lots of cash...Very few ambulances.
Wow, that's a shock. I've heard patent attorney's were supposed to be intelligent enough not to need to check an unwarranted URM box to get admitted. Also, I thought they could read, since I specifically replied that you had only been replying to the last months worth of posts. But hey, this is obviously far too high of an expectation for you.

You're the epitomy of disgusting. Have fun in hell. It was made just for you.

Law School Admissions / Re: Northwestern interview
« on: July 19, 2005, 04:53:21 PM »
I love people who just come here and think that they can tell everyone who's posted in the last month that they're stupid and should shut up. How is it unreasonable that someone wants to know from other current or past applicants their chances? Numbers do NOT tell the whole story, and other students can give advice that simply looking on the LSAC website cannot.
This guy exemplifies the nasty, shady lawyer personality. Have fun chasing those ambulences.

You know what they mean when they ask. If you are a white person whose grandmother went to Africa 80 years ago, you can't check the box ethically. I've heard ethics is a part of bar admission... gosh, why wouldn't we want to perpetuate the stereotype of the lying lawyer?

Law School Admissions / Re: LSAT Blues
« on: July 19, 2005, 04:45:10 PM »
If you can't handle the stress of a test...a test in which you can completely prepare for with no surprises...what makes you think you can handle the stress of law school competition.

Gosh, you're right. It's absolutely inconcievable (Inconcievable! Sorry, had to) that someone should be more worried about the test that defines their admissions chances, particularly since they may not do well on standardized tests, than the regular rigors of law school. How stupid of them!  ::)

And it would serve as a shining beacon of honesty to head into the legal profession with, wouldn't it?  ::)

Incoming 1Ls / Re: A serious question for my fellow busty LSDers...
« on: July 18, 2005, 06:20:47 PM »
How sweet...

Listen to the man. That's the deciding factor for those of us with a large presence. Well, back rubs and the willingness to occasionally subsitute their hands as a full-support bra!  :P

Incoming 1Ls / Re: A serious question for my fellow busty LSDers...
« on: July 18, 2005, 09:00:55 AM »

In order for us to truly understand, can you please provide more description?

Please provide greater detail on the following.
1.  Sit nice and high.  Please explain any activities where this might pose a problem?  Rollercoasters?  Swing sets?  Swimming pools?
2.  Doing everything you can to keep them in place.  Does this involve exercise?  Jumping jacks?  Jogging?  Gymnastics?

1. Swimming is okay, rollercoasters are another story. Arm crossing, however, is the worst.  :P
2. I generally try to keep my boobs out of my exercise.  ;D

Incoming 1Ls / Re: A serious question for my fellow busty LSDers...
« on: July 18, 2005, 08:54:02 AM »
(more like a sock with an orange in it!).  Tee hee.


Mine are almost unnaturally round instead of that nice teardrop everyone else seems to have. They're like halved watermelons. It's nice because they sit nice and high (well, for now, I'm only 21 after all), but it means that even if I have a bra that fits they spill out over the top and usually the sides. I'm doing everything I can to keep them in their place for as long as possible, even though it means sleeping in a bra every night no matter what. It's a real female dog when I have a sunburn.

Where do you want to practice? What sort of international? Combination of international and corporate? What type of corporate (that's so damn broad)? Any particular country you want to work with?

Without thinking more about it, there's no best answer.

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