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General Off-Topic Board / Re: anyone want to talk to a stressed out person?
« Last post by loki13 on January 22, 2016, 04:21:22 PM »

Oh I see. Ummm, just an FYI, there is zero chance that you will ever become president, or achieve any noteworthy elected office. Not 1%, not 0.01%, not 0.0000001%, zero. Absolute zero.

I assume you took at least two hours to think of that! Must have been hard, what, trying to sound out the words and breathe at the same time.

I'm hurt. But, on the plus side, at least I'm not a stressed out internet troll. So I have that going for me!
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General Off-Topic Board / Re: anyone want to talk to a stressed out person?
« Last post by bluecushion on January 22, 2016, 04:00:26 PM »

You're right. If they hadn't have been able to go to law school, they'd probably be a sad and stressed internet troll.

Instead of rising up and becoming President.

Choices, man. They're hard.

Oh I see. Ummm, just an FYI, there is zero chance that you will ever become president, or achieve any noteworthy elected office. Not 1%, not 0.01%, not 0.0000001%, zero. Absolute zero.
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General Off-Topic Board / Re: anyone want to talk to a stressed out person?
« Last post by loki13 on January 22, 2016, 02:16:01 PM »

Perhaps they did, but they still went to law school and your whole premise is that anyone that goes to law school is awful. So one way or the other they went to law school, but lets get in a frivolous internet debate its Friday afternoon : )

They wouldn't have gone if they knew what law school and the law were really like.

You're right. If they hadn't have been able to go to law school, they'd probably be a sad and stressed internet troll.

Instead of rising up and becoming President.

Choices, man. They're hard.
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General Off-Topic Board / Re: anyone want to talk to a stressed out person?
« Last post by bluecushion on January 22, 2016, 02:06:50 PM »

Perhaps they did, but they still went to law school and your whole premise is that anyone that goes to law school is awful. So one way or the other they went to law school, but lets get in a frivolous internet debate its Friday afternoon : )

They wouldn't have gone if they knew what law school and the law were really like.
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General Off-Topic Board / Re: anyone want to talk to a stressed out person?
« Last post by loki13 on January 22, 2016, 02:01:09 PM »


Just a bunch of legalese gibberish. That's all unable-to-empathize lawyers do, lie lie lie using fancy words and sentences, and harass people hoping to extort money, making the world a worse place. Lawyers are literally the most hated subgroup of people in the country, and only the worse people would aspire to be one and post on a forum like this (and thank you for confirming that law school applicant websites, whether autoadmit or this one, are notorious. just because you haven't been sued for harassment yet doesn't mean you're any better)

You feeling stressed, bro?
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General Off-Topic Board / Re: anyone want to talk to a stressed out person?
« Last post by Citylaw on January 22, 2016, 02:00:52 PM »
Just to add to the flame post for shi*s and gi**les undeniably these two people are awful!

1. Abraham Lincoln

and

2. JFK

F'ing lawyers freeing slaves and fighting for civil rights. Despicable!

They weren't lawyers. They were presidents of the united states when they did good things. Completely different jobs. They probably went into the law, saw it was horrible, and went on to a better job.

Perhaps they did, but they still went to law school and your whole premise is that anyone that goes to law school is awful. So one way or the other they went to law school, but lets get in a frivolous internet debate its Friday afternoon : )

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General Off-Topic Board / Re: anyone want to talk to a stressed out person?
« Last post by bluecushion on January 22, 2016, 01:19:52 PM »
No one knows why you are stressed. Instead, you come on the board, say nothing, ignore the one solicitous post, and make attacking generalizations.

So, yeah, I have no sympathy for you. Now, if at some point you ever feel like saying why you're stressed, it might be different. Based on the evidence to date, I'd have to assume it was self-inflicted.

That's the point. Because I didn't say why I was stressed, it could have been something super serious, yet it did not garner an ounce of sympathy. I recall reading that a law school applicant board (this one?) was sued a few years ago for emotionally abusing people, which makes perfect sense.

The world agrees that lawyers are awful people. That's not up for debate. But they should pay more attention to the type of person that goes to law school in the first place.

Wow. You're, like, a super troll. First, as was explained to you, you didn't say anything. You said, "Hi." Most of us skim through the messages. "Hi," doesn't mean much.

Second, you did a response, and you attacked that. Which shows what kind of person you are.

Third, you're thinking of autoadmit. So even your trolling is both factually incorrect and not even close to on-base.

But sure, come on to a law school discussion board, post "Hi," ignore the person who responds to you, and attack the entire legal profession. The only thing the world might agree on is that you are an awful person. Now, I would say to go someplace that a person might care, but they won't. So why not engage at a place more suitable for you, like, say, the youtube comments? That should be up your alley.

Just a bunch of legalese gibberish. That's all unable-to-empathize lawyers do, lie lie lie using fancy words and sentences, and harass people hoping to extort money, making the world a worse place. Lawyers are literally the most hated subgroup of people in the country, and only the worse people would aspire to be one and post on a forum like this (and thank you for confirming that law school applicant websites, whether autoadmit or this one, are notorious. just because you haven't been sued for harassment yet doesn't mean you're any better)
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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« Last post by Maintain FL 350 on January 22, 2016, 12:16:26 PM »
Call me old fashioned here...............but "Better Dead Than Red" Mr. Sanders (all I am willing to say on the matter)

I don't necessarily disagree with Sanders on certain issues, and I don't think he's "red". For example, I think it's absurd that the richest country in the world doesn't have a comprehensive public healthcare system. We have a patchwork of policies and agencies that sort of form a national healthcare system. Seems silly.

But he is very much like modern European democratic socialists, which is fine as long as you're realistic about the costs and limitations.

The countries which have successfully adopted this model tend to be very small (5-20 million) and have very high taxes. I don't know if people like Sanders have ever really considered the implications of trying to establish such a system in a diverse nation of 350 million. To my knowledge, it has never happened.

Another point that I think American socialists don't realize is this:

The European welfare state system did not create the high standard of living that many enjoy, so much as it preserved what was already in place.

For example, Sweden already had a very high standard of living and a highly educated, mostly middle class, populace by the time the welfare state really kicked in (1960s and 70s). That's not the case in America. We have poverty and socio-economic disparity totally unlike anything Scandinavia can imagine. People like Sanders are expecting an American welfare state to fix that, but I'm not sure how realistic it is.

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General Off-Topic Board / Re: anyone want to talk to a stressed out person?
« Last post by loki13 on January 22, 2016, 11:07:58 AM »
Just to add to the flame post for shi*s and gi**les undeniably these two people are awful!

1. Abraham Lincoln

and

2. JFK

F'ing lawyers freeing slaves and fighting for civil rights. Despicable!

They weren't lawyers. They were presidents of the united states when they did good things. Completely different jobs. They probably went into the law, saw it was horrible, and went on to a better job.


MUAHAHAHAHAHAHA! I missed this! This is priceless.

I don't think anyone should bother going through the whole list of people with him. Because, um, different jobs. Heh.
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General Off-Topic Board / Re: anyone want to talk to a stressed out person?
« Last post by loki13 on January 22, 2016, 11:05:02 AM »
No one knows why you are stressed. Instead, you come on the board, say nothing, ignore the one solicitous post, and make attacking generalizations.

So, yeah, I have no sympathy for you. Now, if at some point you ever feel like saying why you're stressed, it might be different. Based on the evidence to date, I'd have to assume it was self-inflicted.

That's the point. Because I didn't say why I was stressed, it could have been something super serious, yet it did not garner an ounce of sympathy. I recall reading that a law school applicant board (this one?) was sued a few years ago for emotionally abusing people, which makes perfect sense.

The world agrees that lawyers are awful people. That's not up for debate. But they should pay more attention to the type of person that goes to law school in the first place.

Wow. You're, like, a super troll. First, as was explained to you, you didn't say anything. You said, "Hi." Most of us skim through the messages. "Hi," doesn't mean much.

Second, you did a response, and you attacked that. Which shows what kind of person you are.

Third, you're thinking of autoadmit. So even your trolling is both factually incorrect and not even close to on-base.

But sure, come on to a law school discussion board, post "Hi," ignore the person who responds to you, and attack the entire legal profession. The only thing the world might agree on is that you are an awful person. Now, I would say to go someplace that a person might care, but they won't. So why not engage at a place more suitable for you, like, say, the youtube comments? That should be up your alley.
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