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."
Wait... tell me again how a scholarship based on dedicating your life to little recognition and no pay is the same as an admissions boost based on race?
Oh yea...you're delicious and lean, but unsustainable and not to be consumed daily.
Quote from: non parata est on April 01, 2009, 08:57:58 AMWait... tell me again how a scholarship based on dedicating your life to little recognition and no pay is the same as an admissions boost based on race?Well I suppose that one might argue that like race-based AA programs, they're intended at least in part to add diversity to the student body (though in this instance diversity of intended career paths) and to thereby enrich the academic experience for all.
Oh no, I wasn't trying to support LawDog's position. I was saying that there is a similarity that could be pointed out, but that it's just not the one that he's trying to argue exists. Sorry for the confusion.
And the "AIA" acronym is my own, but the schools practicing it all have different names for it.
Quote from: LawDog3 on April 01, 2009, 02:17:01 AMAnd the "AIA" acronym is my own, but the schools practicing it all have different names for it. This was my favorite part of the thread so far. It basically renders the subject as "has anyone ever heard of this thing I made up and isn't based in reality?"
Oh my god your monumental stupidity makes me want to cry. Please see the bios of, for example, IILJ scholars at NYU below. Please tell me which ones of those are anything less than stellar candidates:http://www.iilj.org/aboutus/iilj_scholars.asp