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Pointless Arguments / Re: Finished with the "Black Welfare Receipient"
« on: April 23, 2004, 07:25:59 PM »
what if one of these supposed 'welfare recipients' shoved that 'fitting shoe' up your tight-wadded-right-winged behind? then would you be happy? because honestly the act's getting old and you should send a little message to the rest of your 'flock' that they need a new bigoted route to go because a lot of non-blacks are in that category. do your research before you spout off nonsense like that. on second thought, maybe they'll teach you how to research and do a CORRECT statistical analysis if they let you into law school. God help us if they fail to do that.

and to keep you from saying something else that's unabashedly stupid? i have NEVER nor will i EVER be on welfare and don't you DARE try to say otherwise unless you have some sort of stats on ME ONLY.

my peace has been said. thank you.

General Board / Re: Serious Problem
« on: March 31, 2004, 09:33:49 AM »
lawstudent, would you mind telling me where you got in at and what your lsat score was? i don't remember seeing it in the other boards and if it is there, i beyond aplogize for drudging this up. thanks! :)


General Board / Re: Part Time
« on: March 31, 2004, 09:25:33 AM »
would any of you know about part time programs in the chicago area? i think the only one i know of so far is depaul and i like them. but i want to be able to compare it to another school in that chicago/northern indiana region. any thoughts or help would be greatly appreciated! ;)


General Board / Re: Needing LSAT tutor in Phoenix
« on: March 24, 2004, 06:07:07 PM »
wow. i wish i had that much time to do such intensive studying! lol i also work during the day so i feel like i'd only really have the time to just take a good amount of practice tests, but that's about it. but i wish i just had someone to basically keep nudging me and was able to point out my weak spots and help me find a way to make them stronger. the way i took standardized tests when i was growing up is wayyyy different now.

nonetheless, i do appreciate your sharing your tactics w/me dion! :) thanks!

and dt? i might just take you up on your suggestion. thanks for posting it as well. :)


General Board / Re: Needing LSAT tutor in Phoenix
« on: March 24, 2004, 01:26:00 AM »
hi anti,

well, if i had the monetary resources to do something like that, i more than likely would. but considering i help support my mom, it's kinda not happenin'. lol

but thanks for the advice though! i sincerely appreciate it! ;D

aj :)

General Board / Re: Tuition Cost
« on: March 22, 2004, 02:53:26 PM »
are you serious grube?!?!? wow!!!  :o  :o

that totally blows my mind! lol i wish there were more schools like that! lol no wonder you were so happy when you got accepted! lol! jk ;)

aj ;D

Book Sales and Trades / Re: LSAT Prep Materials
« on: March 22, 2004, 02:50:20 PM »
hey cooley...have you by chance sold any of your books yet? please email me via the link on here if you haven't or if you have. thanks so much! :)


General Board / Needing LSAT tutor in Phoenix
« on: March 21, 2004, 09:26:20 PM »
hi all!

does anybody know how i could locate a tutor in the Phoenix area to help me study for the June test? i think my numbers are okay at the moment (averaging a 152), but i'm really shooting for the 160s and i'd like to get there by may.

so if anybody knows any kind of routes i can take, i'd GREATLY appreciate the advice or help! thanks! ;D


Suggest New School Specific Boards here / Re: new board
« on: March 17, 2004, 07:12:59 PM »
hi andrew!

would it be possible to start a section for spouses/significant others of potential/entering/experienced law students? i've kinda seen that i think they've kinda been left out. they should be able to support each other and give others, including starting 1Ls, an opportunity to gain some valuable knowledge or insight on how things 'work' when a situation like that comes up. i'm sure there are plenty of people wanting to go to law school now that have kids, jobs to leave behind, etc.

what do you think? thanks for reading the suggestion andrew! :)

Law School Applications / Re: Ronald Reagan School of Law
« on: May 01, 2004, 12:57:07 PM »
oh no worries wolf!! :) no need for apologies. :) but i think you could possibly be on the right track there. sometimes i think there should be an intelligence requirement - kinda like the age requirement - for a presidential candidate. there are tons of other things i'd like to put on there? but i can't put too many or by the time i run, somebody will have turned their meanings around...never fails.  :-\

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