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Re: OMG I got sick before the test.
« Reply #10 on: October 03, 2008, 01:33:13 PM »
errrg.... how unfortunate. :::cough cough:::

Have your girlfriend come over and take care of you.


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Re: OMG I got sick before the test.
« Reply #11 on: October 03, 2008, 01:39:37 PM »
You aren't sick. You are an LSAT machine. Machines can't get sick.

Don't allow yourself to even consider the possibility that being sick could affect your performance on the LSAT. Not now. Don't even consider that possibility until after the exam when you are deciding if you will keep or cancel your score.

 You will take the test tomorrow. You will nail it. You aren't sick. You will do great.

I was lucky enough to watch Tiger Woods 4th round play on June 15th, the day before my LSAT. (see: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-1874232128237005363&ei=RVXmSMGeDIuE-wG-m_miAw&q=tiger+woods+US+OPEN&vt=lf ) His knee was hurting so bad that he couldn't hit the ball without nearly collapsing in agony. Still, he never considered the possibility of quitting. He never considered the possibility of failure. He maintained focus throughout the round. Despite his injury. Despite the crowds of thousands. He maintained focus and pushed through the pain. There is something inspiring about excellence per se. Get inspired to CRUSH the LSAT tomorrow.

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Re: OMG I got sick before the test.
« Reply #12 on: October 03, 2008, 02:35:16 PM »
Stop being bitches, get doped up on meds and a little drunk if you have to, and get your dumbasses in the test center.
I'mma stay bumpin' till I bump my head on my tomb.

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Re: OMG I got sick before the test.
« Reply #13 on: October 03, 2008, 03:19:03 PM »
what if you have stomach flu?

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Re: OMG I got sick before the test.
« Reply #14 on: October 03, 2008, 03:49:06 PM »
what if you have stomach flu?


Take an antiemetic, an anti-motility, and crush the LSAT.

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Re: OMG I got sick before the test.
« Reply #15 on: October 03, 2008, 03:59:48 PM »
I have courted the fire for a very long time, and many sparks have flown in the past, but [this post] speaks, finally, the language of the flame itself.
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Re: OMG I got sick before the test.
« Reply #16 on: October 03, 2008, 05:13:08 PM »
You aren't sick. You are an LSAT machine. Machines can't get sick.

Don't allow yourself to even consider the possibility that being sick could affect your performance on the LSAT. Not now. Don't even consider that possibility until after the exam when you are deciding if you will keep or cancel your score.

 You will take the test tomorrow. You will nail it. You aren't sick. You will do great.

I was lucky enough to watch Tiger Woods 4th round play on June 15th, the day before my LSAT. (see: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-1874232128237005363&ei=RVXmSMGeDIuE-wG-m_miAw&q=tiger+woods+US+OPEN&vt=lf ) His knee was hurting so bad that he couldn't hit the ball without nearly collapsing in agony. Still, he never considered the possibility of quitting. He never considered the possibility of failure. He maintained focus throughout the round. Despite his injury. Despite the crowds of thousands. He maintained focus and pushed through the pain. There is something inspiring about excellence per se. Get inspired to CRUSH the LSAT tomorrow.


Where did you come from?! And when are we getting married?  ;)

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Re: OMG I got sick before the test.
« Reply #17 on: October 03, 2008, 05:15:35 PM »
Umm....excuse me. You'll have to take a #!!  Lol. ;)

You aren't sick. You are an LSAT machine. Machines can't get sick.

Don't allow yourself to even consider the possibility that being sick could affect your performance on the LSAT. Not now. Don't even consider that possibility until after the exam when you are deciding if you will keep or cancel your score.

 You will take the test tomorrow. You will nail it. You aren't sick. You will do great.

I was lucky enough to watch Tiger Woods 4th round play on June 15th, the day before my LSAT. (see: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-1874232128237005363&ei=RVXmSMGeDIuE-wG-m_miAw&q=tiger+woods+US+OPEN&vt=lf ) His knee was hurting so bad that he couldn't hit the ball without nearly collapsing in agony. Still, he never considered the possibility of quitting. He never considered the possibility of failure. He maintained focus throughout the round. Despite his injury. Despite the crowds of thousands. He maintained focus and pushed through the pain. There is something inspiring about excellence per se. Get inspired to CRUSH the LSAT tomorrow.


Where did you come from?! And when are we getting married?  ;)

::I AM ARNOLD. LSAT IS CRUSHABLE PUDDING::


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Re: OMG I got sick before the test.
« Reply #18 on: October 03, 2008, 09:58:23 PM »
Umm....excuse me. You'll have to take a #!!  Lol. ;)

You aren't sick. You are an LSAT machine. Machines can't get sick.

Don't allow yourself to even consider the possibility that being sick could affect your performance on the LSAT. Not now. Don't even consider that possibility until after the exam when you are deciding if you will keep or cancel your score.

 You will take the test tomorrow. You will nail it. You aren't sick. You will do great.

I was lucky enough to watch Tiger Woods 4th round play on June 15th, the day before my LSAT. (see: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-1874232128237005363&ei=RVXmSMGeDIuE-wG-m_miAw&q=tiger+woods+US+OPEN&vt=lf ) His knee was hurting so bad that he couldn't hit the ball without nearly collapsing in agony. Still, he never considered the possibility of quitting. He never considered the possibility of failure. He maintained focus throughout the round. Despite his injury. Despite the crowds of thousands. He maintained focus and pushed through the pain. There is something inspiring about excellence per se. Get inspired to CRUSH the LSAT tomorrow.


Where did you come from?! And when are we getting married?  ;)

::I AM ARNOLD. LSAT IS CRUSHABLE PUDDING::


Wow, what a masterful boxblock. But maybe next time, try something more subtle like, "Hey augusta, how's that *insert sexually-transmitted disease* doing?"
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Re: OMG I got sick before the test.
« Reply #19 on: October 03, 2008, 10:33:57 PM »
what if you have stomach flu?


Take an antiemetic, an anti-motility, and crush the LSAT.

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As your not-legally-able-to-provide-you-with-legal-counsel-legal-counsel, I think that's a pretty airtight disclaimer. And while we're here...

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