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He's one of those guys that thinks he knows it all, better then the professionals, so in his mind, he'll have a 4.0, but the grade on the paper will be 2.0 because they don't know what a great mind he is. As far as his achievements in life, are we really going to take his word for it?
I could care less if you believe what I say or not. Do you really think it matters when I get my paycheck or any of my tuition benefits that some moron on LSD doesn't believe me?
Quote from: Erapitt on May 22, 2006, 04:03:53 PMI could care less if you believe what I say or not. Do you really think it matters when I get my paycheck or any of my tuition benefits that some moron on LSD doesn't believe me? That is totally false, else you wouldn't be so vehemently defending yourself on the same board that you claim to care less about. Now, regarding your numerous claims that you have done great things in your life and will be a sure bet success at GW, here is the long and short of it: First, if you had done such great things and are so naturally successful, you'd be going somewhere better than GW. Second, now that you have signed on to attend GW, it is incorrect to assume that you are any more or any less qualified to be there than any of your other classmates. Law school is a whole new ballgame, and everyone that was able to get into such a good school must have done something right in the past - i.e. they must have been successful. But the fact remains that 90% of any given 1L class will not be top 10%. Everyone runs a statistically huge chance of being significantly less successful in law school than they ever have before, and you are no different.Now, if you do end up shooting the lights out and being an academic rockstar, it won't matter when you carry yourself as an insufferable prick. I know you claim to have a real identity and then some weird, cyber-identity and that you will be nice and civil to the people you like. If this is actually true, it is just weird and people will very quickly see how much of a tool you are. If it is not totally true, which I would put my money on, people again will quickly see what a pompous schmuck you are. And, there is an excess of qualified law students with pretty good grades from pretty good schools, so your resume alone will not get you everywhere.
Ahh yes, the predictions of a bunch of internet hardas@es means so much....Anyway, I have tried to let this die. You are the losers bumping other threads and continuing your Nostradamus like predictions.