Hey everyone, I'm back to @#!* with you. It's refreshing to see that so many people were rankled at my initial comments. Clearly I am a feminine hygiene product who desires only to @#!* with the bad ass Law School Discussion community. Your logical reasoning has persuaded me towards a conclusion of which I was previously unaware. Please continue to debase me. I wouldn't expect anything less. And I don't want anything more. Pardon Johnny Cash,I'm questioning their logic because I'm trying to see just how truthful their claims can be. So much of what people have said seems to be insufficient based on the evidence alone. If it were sufficient, then I would not complain or react like I have. I'm not trying to berate them, but trying to expand on their chain of logic. I don't claim to have perfect knowledge, which is why I'm posting on this site. Maybe you are correct, but f-ing show it! Lindbergh, Thanks for your answer. I believe that the LSAT is quite possibly the most important factor, and that a decent Master's MIGHT actually mean at least something, which seems quite reasonable. Take care.
Whoa. You are jumping to conclusions there. I never said you wanted to @#!* with people. I only said you were a DB, nothing more. I just think your arrogant head is stuck so far up your ass that you can't tell left from right.
Dennis, Physics is inherently more difficult than most or every discipline. If social sciences are so easy, can you give me any insight into the relationship between culture, language and thought? Or the relationship between economics, culture, and individualism in Western Europe from 1400 to the present? Have you read Jurgen Habermas, the theories of Gary Becker, Marilyn Strathern, or Adorno? People like you do not need to comment on subject matter that is well-respected by individuals far more emminent than you will ever be (think Paul Wolfowitz, Milton Friedman and Ben Bernanke).