Your thoughts on the use of my question are irrelevant. I asked a question about trends and easyness/hardness of the LSAT. No where in my post do I imply that depending on the results of said question I will alter my plan of attack. And so your response, although appropriate in other arenas (such as those where a question about study strategy IS asked), was irrelevant to my inquiry.
If you don't like a person's question you should ignore it rather than change the atmosphere of a post to make your otherwise irrelevant contributions more relevant. Of course this has gone far beyond the integrety of the thread. It just seems that many on this board don't put much thought into what they say, how they say things, or whether what they have to say is fitting to the context. All of which translates into rudeness or self-indulgence. I'm not in a position to know those individuals motivations .....HTH..D