I'll definitely look in to applying to a few more schools that accept the higher scores, but I'm guessing most of them have already filled their classes full by now. I probably have kind of slim chances even though the official deadline is March 15th for some of them, right? Whatever, I'll give it a shot.
Also, I wrote one of the schools that rejected me without waiting for the new score and convinced them to reconsider my application. I feel like I'm on one of those reality shows where you get a makeover and people treat you differently cuz you're super-duper hot and have nice jeans all of a sudden.
As for the dude who referred to me as his idol and asked for advice: Wow. Thanks! I once said those same words to Carrot Top when I saw him in a bar at a ski resort. I said it sarcastically, but he thought I was serious... which made the whole thing very funny. I forget his advice.
My advice to anybody trying to improve by 10 points on the LSAT is this: pretend like studying is fun. Seriously. I woke up every morning for 4 weeks and did logic games with my cereal and acted like they were crossword puzzles. After 10 days, I started timing myself. I did 3 sections a morning timed, and 2 in the afternoon. Do a test a day for the last 10 days before the LSAT. It'll be so familiar that you'll do just fine.
And if that doesn't work, give Carrot Top a call. He's always got advice.