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Re: LSAC Misconduct for Letter of Recommendation
« Reply #70 on: February 23, 2009, 02:40:27 PM »
That must be why it takes so long for LSAC to get anything done.
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Re: LSAC Misconduct for Letter of Recommendation
« Reply #71 on: February 23, 2009, 02:42:09 PM »
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LSAC dusts for fingerprints.

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I don't see any evidence for that.

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Yeah, but you can't prove 100% that they DON'T do it; therefore, they do.  Stupid.

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Re: LSAC Misconduct for Letter of Recommendation
« Reply #72 on: February 23, 2009, 02:42:55 PM »
Let me tell you. Schools cannot kick students out without a hearing...can they? NO! In "for cause" states, employers cannot fire employees without proving their allegations...correct?

No...I am an 0L. I have NOT have ConLaw, but I have common sense. The LSAC is not going to charge this kid without offering him an appeal option or a hearing...bet on it.

And you misstated my logic:

I did not say "you cannot prove that it doesn't happen,. so it does happen". NOT MY LOGIC

I am saying, "You have more evidence that it does happen than evidence that it doesn't, so don't dismiss it until you can prove that it doesn't happen. Moreover, you are better off assuming that it does." MY LOGIC!


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Re: LSAC Misconduct for Letter of Recommendation
« Reply #73 on: February 23, 2009, 02:43:03 PM »
Let me ask you this: If the LSAC used fingerprints for anything other than the identification of applicants at the testing sites, would they tell anyone? And, if the fingerprints are not even used at the site in 999,999 times out of a million, what do you think they use them for?

Obviously, they use them to identify fake examinees, but come on...do you really think you can call the LSAC and ask: "Hey...do you guys use fingerprints to cross-check stationary ands detect fake letters of recommendation?"

Of course they will tell you no. But I don't buy it.

If that's the case, maybe I'll just call GWB and ask him about all of the national security protocols our government uses. After that, I'm going to call my local police and ask where every camera in our city is located. After that, I'll ask the FBI where persons under the witness protection act live.

Come on...you guys cannot be that stupid.

So now anyone who doesn't believe conspiracy theories is stupid?

Anyone who has watched the way our country operates, as a whole, and doesn't believe in conspiracy theories is stupid. Anyone who watched GWB run the country and doesn't believe in conspiracy theories is stupid. Anyone who knows about our FBI and our CIA tapping phones and doesn't believe in conspiracy theories is stiupid. Anyone who has seen several judges get indicted on conspiracy charges by falsely jailing adolescents for exceptionally long terms, so that the custodial agency could profit from the government, and doesn't believe in conspiracy theories, is stupid.

But the LSAC's use of fingerprints wouldn't even be defined as "conspiracy"; it's simple surveillance. I would not see anything out of the ordinary ion their use to track cheaters. Wer do supply those prints voluntarily. The LSAC can use them however it wants.

Do you also not believe that the State BAR DOESN'T get a copy of your prints to cross-check with theirs and the police agencies when you apply for the BAR?

This si simple. And my version of events is more likey than yours. You best believe that the LSAC uses those prints for more than detecting imposter examinees.

The best part is that you're completely serious. Yikes.

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Re: LSAC Misconduct for Letter of Recommendation
« Reply #74 on: February 23, 2009, 02:44:47 PM »
That must be why it takes so long for LSAC to get anything done.

Maybe they're responsible for the huge backlog in forensics labs across the country. They must be collecting and cataloging DNA from our sweat, too!

You, my friend, are the reason the average man keeps getting screwed. The reason these corporations just got big handouts from the government and took vacations and bought yachts with the doe. Yes...that's it, this country is such a democracy. Our government is so honest, and corporations really do what they say they are doing.

So naiive.

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Re: LSAC Misconduct for Letter of Recommendation
« Reply #75 on: February 23, 2009, 02:46:12 PM »
Let me tell you. Schools cannot kick students out without a hearing...can they? NO! In "for cause" states, employers cannot fire employees without proving their allegations...correct?

No...I am an 0L. I have NOT have ConLaw, but I have common sense. The LSAC is not going to charge this kid without offering him an appeal option or a hearing...bet on it.

And you misstated my logic:

I did not say "you cannot prove that it doesn't happen,. so it does happen". NOT MY LOGIC

I am saying, "You have more evidence that it does happen than evidence that it doesn't, so don't dismiss it until you can prove that it doesn't happen. Moreover, you are better off assuming that it does." MY LOGIC!



You're right, sorry.  I thought you were flat-out, balls-up wrong according to X, but you're really flat-out, balls-up wrong according to Y.
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Re: LSAC Misconduct for Letter of Recommendation
« Reply #76 on: February 23, 2009, 02:46:45 PM »
Let me tell you. Schools cannot kick students out without a hearing...can they? NO! In "for cause" states, employers cannot fire employees without proving their allegations...correct?

No...I am an 0L. I have NOT have ConLaw, but I have common sense. The LSAC is not going to charge this kid without offering him an appeal option or a hearing...bet on it.

And you misstated my logic:

I did not say "you cannot prove that it doesn't happen,. so it does happen". NOT MY LOGIC

I am saying, "You have more evidence that it does happen than evidence that it doesn't, so don't dismiss it until you can prove that it doesn't happen. Moreover, you are better off assuming that it does." MY LOGIC!


I appreciate you admitting that you don't know what you're talking about. Finally.

What does employment law (which you clearly don't understand) have anything to do with the fact that the LSAC is a private organization and due process doesn't apply? [Btw, I'm not saying they don't give process, only that they wouldn't be required, unless they were the equivalent perhaps of a state actor... Oh, why am I even bothering. This is so far above your head LawDog.]




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Re: LSAC Misconduct for Letter of Recommendation
« Reply #77 on: February 23, 2009, 02:47:30 PM »
Best LawDog post ever.
If looks could kill, you would be an uzi.

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Re: LSAC Misconduct for Letter of Recommendation
« Reply #78 on: February 23, 2009, 02:47:59 PM »
That must be why it takes so long for LSAC to get anything done.

Maybe they're responsible for the huge backlog in forensics labs across the country. They must be collecting and cataloging DNA from our sweat, too!

You, my friend, are the reason the average man keeps getting screwed. The reason these corporations just got big handouts from the government and took vacations and bought yachts with the doe. Yes...that's it, this country is such a democracy. Our government is so honest, and corporations really do what they say they are doing.

So naiive.

Believing that there's not enough evidence to assert that LSAC is really CSI in disguise (omg!!!1 both have a "C" and an "S"!!!11) is not equivalent to blind faith in governments and corporations.
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Well he's had it in for me ever since I kinda ran over his dog... Well, replace the word "kinda" with "repeatedly" and the word "dog" with "son."

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Re: LSAC Misconduct for Letter of Recommendation
« Reply #79 on: February 23, 2009, 02:49:35 PM »
That must be why it takes so long for LSAC to get anything done.

Maybe they're responsible for the huge backlog in forensics labs across the country. They must be collecting and cataloging DNA from our sweat, too!

You, my friend, are the reason the average man keeps getting screwed. The reason these corporations just got big handouts from the government and took vacations and bought yachts with the doe. Yes...that's it, this country is such a democracy. Our government is so honest, and corporations really do what they say they are doing.

So naiive.

I love the part about how they bought yachts with female deer! No way, that's INSANE!