Choosing the Right Law School / Re: gotten into great schools....but still disappointed. any thoughts?« on: February 11, 2007, 10:47:24 AM »
Nobody begrudges you Harvard. Nobody here thinks you are "stupid" (with the possible exception of Halfie, of course.) People dislike you because you are an incredibly arrogant, self-absorbed, self-righteous, elitist snob, as EVERY ONE of your above posts further proves.
He's reading comprehension impaired and completely lacking in critical thinking abilities. I'm sure he's a better engineer than most Lehigh students or whatever, and he's obviously good at scoring well on the LSAT... but those things don't get you very far in my book. I'm sure we've all met plenty of stupid law students with good UGPAs and LSATs. On the other hand, I've yet to meet a stupid person who is a good critical thinker.
No, but it is telling that think that scoring well on the LSAT = good at critical analysis. Or that it's evidence of your reading comprehension abilities simply because there's a section with that title, when this thread is overwhelming evidence of your inability in that department.
What I think isn't especially important - what is important is that ~186 law schools think it tests at least to some extent reading comprehension and critical thinking, and I trust their opinion a hell of a lot more than yours.
QuoteQuoteI don't have a problem with the fact that he's a prestige whore. I have a problem with the fact that he won't admit it, and that he is dishonest about the differences between schools (dishonesty with yourself, i.e. idiocy or willful blindness, still counts as dishonesty).
I'm sorry you didn't get into the school you wanted to go to, but thats no reason to take it out on others; next time try to emulate those you consider "prestige whores."
You go to a better school than me. Oh, good one, you really got me. And with that, why are you on LSD instead of XOXO?
*shrug* I could transfer to Berkeley, the school I really wanted to go to. Or GULC to hang out with Lily, who unlike you is actually cool, or even *gasp* Michigan or CCN. I'm happy with where I'm at, and with my career outlook based on my class rank at my school. If other similarly situated students want to transfer to Chicago or Columbia or maybe even Harvard, great, I wish them the best wherever they end up.
Thats a good question.
This is true.