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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: Law Schools: Worst of the Best
« on: September 19, 2005, 08:58:24 PM »
I'm thinking it's USC. Or is USC not considered that great? Just wanted to know what others thought. My ear itches.


Georgetown is the worst environment, most cutthroat, arguably worst campus/location.

Duke has lowest numbers, worst faculty. 

USC is up there in terms of campus/location. 

wtf?  USC neighborhood is ghetto.  What are you smoking??  UCLA is in a good location.  you are bugging.

Oh, I read that as USC being up there at the top of the bad list in terms of location and campus.


Yes, that's what I meant.

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Who here will be attending?

He was in UCLA last week.  My homies saw a ferrari parked outside the lawschool at 10pm.  Hmmmm... 

Robin Singh is the god of LSAT..yes.
But I am not sure what he is doing is worthy of wholehearted acclaim.  But, I hold similar view (though far far more critical) towards these multi-million dollar celebrities. 

This is the list of people who exploits our insecurities by feeding us worthless garbage.  They justify themselves by:1) its a free-market, so blame the demand. or 2) what I am doing is better than drug-dealing.  They deteriorate our already contentless culture. 
1) Paris Hilton: Really really worthless
2) Tara Reid: Her show Tara-sumthing on E is really pointless.  Its garbage.
3) Jessica Simpson:  Jesus christ HELP ME~!
4) Russell Crowe: He was okay until his recent sh*t with the hotel clerk. 
5)  Every Rapper except Nas and couple other people keeping it real.

The most scariest thing is that they have so infiltrated our minds that some of us show deephearted love for them.  Go ask a poor kid what the problem with the economic system is.  Without thinking twice he will say, "the rich are blood suckers."  But, when I tell him to name just few rich people that are blood suckers, they will name Bush, Bill Gates, Shell Gas Company, bla bla bla...but when is the last time these poor kids mentioned a celebrity as a blood sucker.

Celebrities can be  bigger blood suckers since they are unproductive (compared to any of the big companies the poor kid mentioned), they create demand, and they f*ck with your mind so that you will love them no matter what.  The ultimate PR.

The decadent life style of these worthless parasites should be viewed with contempt not affection.  Its disgusting how they live.

Do not support Robin Singh!!!!!!!!!! <---this is a joke.



Most poor white kids blame welfare cheats, actually. 

Why is it I despite most of the above celebrites, given your theory?

Finally, what is wrong with what singh doing?

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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: Law Schools: Worst of the Best
« on: September 16, 2005, 11:05:42 AM »
I'm thinking it's USC. Or is USC not considered that great? Just wanted to know what others thought. My ear itches.


Georgetown is the worst environment, most cutthroat, arguably worst campus/location.

Duke has lowest numbers, worst faculty. 

USC is up there in terms of campus/location. 


I think Georgetown and Duke, whatever their downfalls may be, are still awesome schools.


Well, as you note, they are the worst of the best, so of course they're still pretty good in some respects. 


How can you not love DC (I spent a summer studying at Gtown, so perhaps I am biased).


D.C. is fine.  If gtown law were smaller, and located with the undergrad campus, it would be a much more attractive school.  Instead, it's in a borderline area of D.C., wihtout a very nice surrounding campus. 


Also, Duke seems like an awesome school to me with a talented faculty and awesome joint degree programs.


According to Leiter, Duke's faculty is barely top 20. (USC's is equal or better, I believe.)  Again, that's still prettty good, but it's not as good as most other top 20 schools.


Granted, if you are looking for the worst of the BEST, perhaps they fall under this.. but I'd have to add Virginia, for the pure fact that its in Virginia.


If someone doesn't like a rural/small town setting, UVa would obviously be low on their list.  However, Virginia also has one of the most beautiful physical locations of any law school in the country, nestled in the blue ridge mountains.  It also has an impressive history, having been founded by Thomas Jefferson (and very close to Monticello).  Finally, it has a strong top 10 reputation, a top 10 faculty, and suposedly the most friendly and positive environment of any law school in the country.

(If you can stand North Cackalacky, how can you be unhappy with Virginia?)

Obviously, this is all purely subjective, of course.  In terms of location, for example, Yale is probably the worst top school.

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"...America is such a young country, with an adolescent swagger about it. But I feel that I have a more European sensibility, a greater respect for the multicultural nature of the globe..." -- Gwyneth Paltrow

Um, Gwynny, it's kind of easy to be "sensitive" and "respectful" when you don't actually have to be sensitive and respectful. It's gotta be tough dealing with all the diversity in Sweden for instance.  ::)

Even Europe's most "multicultural" countries pale in comparison to the true championn of ethnic and cultural diversity, the good ol' U.S. of A.

See the next post for a breakdown of the U.S. population by ancestry from the 2000 census.

It can be found here: http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0762137.html


*lol*  :D

Gwyneth is a fat, smelly pirate whore.  (I should know.)

Countries like Germany and Britain are far more racist than the U.S.  (You have to have Geramn anscestry to even become a German citizen, and let's not forget the 10 million ethnic minorities the Germans systematically slaughtered not too long ago.)  European nations also have a far worse history of oppressive colonialism.  Finally, it's hard to view the frequent and intense warfare within europe over the past century as evidence of multicultural tolerance.

As noted, european nations are far more homogenous than us, and also much more xenophobic in many respects.  Arab guest workers are treated far worse than immigrants here are.  In France, muslim schoolgirls aren't even allowed to wear headscarves in school, even though it's an integral part of their religion.  Not exactly sensitive or multicultural. 

Today, of course, european nations are forced to take a more multilateral approach to foreign affairs, becuause they've become weak and dependent from suckling at our political, military, and economic teat for fifty years.  That doesn't mean their sensibilities are any more tolerant than ours.  We're the only nation that's really been welcoming of widespread immigration since our inception, and we're clearly far more diverse today than any other nation.  We also have far more laws and protections to protect immigrants and ethnic minorities than any other country.  In fact, we often appear to be the only country where people of different backgrounds can actually live together without constantly slaughtering each other.  Check out the former Yugloslavia for a great example of european multicultural tolerance. 

Of course, hollywood types aren't really known for their actual knowledge or understanding of the world.

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Visits, Admit Days, and Open Houses / Re: Is Quinnipiac that bad? Opinions
« on: September 15, 2005, 11:57:42 AM »
Yeah right, flamer. 


You're the flamer that's "on fire".   :D

Wow, hilarious.  You're obnoxious in two languages.  Cuntbag. 

 ;D



At least I'm not flaming homo.   ;)

too bad your not just flaming...I mean seriously I'd love to watch all that lard and blubber just burn....that made me sound kind of sick...

We could heat New Orleans for months with all that slowly burning, unjustified arrogance. 


julee arrogant?  Think you projecting.   :D

P.S.:  N.O. not need heat. 

You generally need heat when you have no electricity.  Your lard would be great for frying. 


Not when temps over 90 degrees.    ;)

(You'd be better off streching my skin into a giant shade umbrella.)

Unless you can really fry an egg on the sidewalk, you probably need some heat.  But good suggestion. 

Not to get too much in the middle of this, but on the radio the other day some guy in new orleans was talking about how he takes a can of beans and puts them out on a rock under the sun to warm them up. He was proud of the fact that he did this all the time, way before the hurricane hit. So, maybe you really can fry an egg on a sidewalk, in which case parking julee under the hot sun all day might just feed the entire state.


You could turn me on a spit with an apple in my mouth!   :)

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Choosing the Right Law School / Re: Law Schools: Worst of the Best
« on: September 15, 2005, 11:54:11 AM »
I'm thinking it's USC. Or is USC not considered that great? Just wanted to know what others thought. My ear itches.


Georgetown is the worst environment, most cutthroat, arguably worst campus/location.

Duke has lowest numbers, worst faculty. 

USC is up there in terms of campus/location. 

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Visits, Admit Days, and Open Houses / Re: Do any of these place regionally?
« on: September 15, 2005, 11:51:57 AM »
BYU will dominate all of Utah.  Hawaii will dominate all of Hawaii (obviously).

Tulane places well through the east coast and south, I believe. 

Don't know about any others.

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Visits, Admit Days, and Open Houses / Re: Is Quinnipiac that bad? Opinions
« on: September 15, 2005, 11:47:58 AM »
Yeah right, flamer. 


You're the flamer that's "on fire".   :D

Wow, hilarious.  You're obnoxious in two languages.  Cuntbag. 

 ;D



At least I'm not flaming homo.   ;)

too bad your not just flaming...I mean seriously I'd love to watch all that lard and blubber just burn....that made me sound kind of sick...

We could heat New Orleans for months with all that slowly burning, unjustified arrogance. 


julee arrogant?  Think you projecting.   :D

P.S.:  N.O. not need heat. 

You generally need heat when you have no electricity.  Your lard would be great for frying. 


Not when temps over 90 degrees.    ;)

(You'd be better off streching my skin into a giant shade umbrella.)

Unless you can really fry an egg on the sidewalk, you probably need some heat.  But good suggestion. 


Yes, yes, go sell some heat to those sick from sunstroke.   :(

Maybe we could power an air conditioner off my thunder thighs, though.  :)

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No one cares but her/him.  Just pretentious flame about people and places she/he knows nothing about and that have no interest in her/him.  At least my index finger gets a good workout when I see a post from "it," with all that pushing of the down arrow button, sailing past their pages of annoyingly formatted, unsubstantiated darn. 


Oh, so you not reading posts?  This explains mindless repitition of inaccurate statements!   ;)  No longer confused.

(We all know how you're really working out index finger -- hope you wash it afterwards.     :-*   )

Zzzzzzzzzzz  ::)


Nothing like nap after prostate massage! :)

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The length of this thread has totally overlapsed the amount of interest I had in it. 



Apparently not.   ???

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