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Re: Importance of Undergrad and getting into top law schools
« Reply #160 on: May 31, 2008, 02:49:48 PM »
Let me end this argument with the MOST important comparisons:

SEC Girls>>>>>>>>>>>>ACC Girls

SEC Tailgating>>>>>>>>>>ACC Tailgating
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Re: Importance of Undergrad and getting into top law schools
« Reply #161 on: May 31, 2008, 03:34:19 PM »
Let met end this argument with the MOST important comparisons:

SEC Girls>>>>>>>>>>>>ACC Girls

SEC Tailgating>>>>>>>>>>ACC Tailgating

I'm outraged that you would assert that the girls at Alabama and Georgia are hotter than girls at Duke and Boston College!!!  :D ;)
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Re: Importance of Undergrad and getting into top law schools
« Reply #162 on: May 31, 2008, 03:44:31 PM »
Let met end this argument with the MOST important comparisons:

SEC Girls>>>>>>>>>>>>ACC Girls

SEC Tailgating>>>>>>>>>>ACC Tailgating

Game over. Let's all go home.
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Re: Importance of Undergrad and getting into top law schools
« Reply #163 on: May 31, 2008, 03:59:35 PM »
Even the undergrad prestige dialogue was more interesting than this one...
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Re: Importance of Undergrad and getting into top law schools
« Reply #164 on: May 31, 2008, 07:01:55 PM »
ROFL!!!

I'm still asking, which girls have the highest availability x likelihood x hotness quotients.


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Re: Importance of Undergrad and getting into top law schools
« Reply #165 on: June 01, 2008, 10:48:11 AM »
Let me end this argument with the MOST important comparisons:

SEC Girls>>>>>>>>>>>>ACC Girls

SEC Tailgating>>>>>>>>>>ACC Tailgating

I had a big 'ole post prepared in response to JNSL, with facts/rankings/etc, and then I saw this post and realized that whatever I would have said would now be inconsequential. I think we can all agree on SEC girls and tailgating. I would posit that FSU (and maybe Miami) is the only ACC school that would even come close to any SEC school in the girls department. Then if you go ahead and factor in tailgating, FSU and UM fall off the map again. FTW
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Re: Importance of Undergrad and getting into top law schools
« Reply #166 on: June 01, 2008, 01:28:14 PM »
Let me end this argument with the MOST important comparisons:

SEC Girls>>>>>>>>>>>>ACC Girls

SEC Tailgating>>>>>>>>>>ACC Tailgating

I had a big 'ole post prepared in response to JNSL, with facts/rankings/etc, and then I saw this post and realized that whatever I would have said would now be inconsequential. I think we can all agree on SEC girls and tailgating. I would posit that FSU (and maybe Miami) is the only ACC school that would even come close to any SEC school in the girls department. Then if you go ahead and factor in tailgating, FSU and UM fall off the map again. FTW

Excellent. I'm indifferent to the tailgating, I'm just interested in the tail. ;)
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Re: Importance of Undergrad and getting into top law schools
« Reply #167 on: June 01, 2008, 04:13:42 PM »
Let me end this argument with the MOST important comparisons:

SEC Girls>>>>>>>>>>>>ACC Girls

SEC Tailgating>>>>>>>>>>ACC Tailgating

I had a big 'ole post prepared in response to JNSL, with facts/rankings/etc, and then I saw this post and realized that whatever I would have said would now be inconsequential. I think we can all agree on SEC girls and tailgating. I would posit that FSU (and maybe Miami) is the only ACC school that would even come close to any SEC school in the girls department. Then if you go ahead and factor in tailgating, FSU and UM fall off the map again. FTW

Excellent. I'm indifferent to the tailgating, I'm just interested in the tail. ;)

This thread is great. Perhaps the fact that we're talking about "tail"gating should indicate just how important your undergraduate institution is in the law school admissions process...

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Re: Importance of Undergrad and getting into top law schools
« Reply #168 on: June 02, 2008, 12:47:39 AM »
Let me end this argument with the MOST important comparisons:

SEC Girls>>>>>>>>>>>>ACC Girls

SEC Tailgating>>>>>>>>>>ACC Tailgating

I had a big 'ole post prepared in response to JNSL, with facts/rankings/etc, and then I saw this post and realized that whatever I would have said would now be inconsequential. I think we can all agree on SEC girls and tailgating. I would posit that FSU (and maybe Miami) is the only ACC school that would even come close to any SEC school in the girls department. Then if you go ahead and factor in tailgating, FSU and UM fall off the map again. FTW

Excellent. I'm indifferent to the tailgating, I'm just interested in the tail. ;)

This thread is great. Perhaps the fact that we're talking about "tail"gating should indicate just how important your undergraduate institution is in the law school admissions process...

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Re: Importance of Undergrad and getting into top law schools
« Reply #169 on: June 17, 2008, 09:18:24 PM »
I think it depends on your undergrad major, if the school rep is going to make a difference. So I was engineering at Va Tech, not bad combo but if it would have been MIT, even better. So go to the school that has the best rep for your major- this will also give you the bonus of being able to land a better job in the event law school doesn't pan out.