I hate people who participate in class not because they can't understand something, but because they DO understand it and want to bring up some random intelligent side point to the subject to show everybody. There was this one kid who did that like every 5 minutes in Crim Law last semester and monopolized every class. I was happy to find out that his grades are very median. He was such a prick.
Once the gunners raise their hands I tend to check out the sports scores on my laptop. Listening to them is usually insufferable and sometimes just confuses me more.
This may just be my personal experience, but I've come across many people like these when I was in college. So I was just wondering if its likely for me to still see these things in law school...1. 'I-am-too-smart-for-this class/school' kids in class who always interrupts the class by 'participating too much'(often talking nonsense) 2. Drunk people(usually asleep) in class (I once belonged to this category, meh )3. Macho dudes demonstrating their manliness by engaging in public fist-fighting4. People wearing pajamas/underwears to class5.People who literally lives inside of the library and the frustrated librarian lady6. The ones that never show up in class but still manages to get by7. Your neighbor who always seems to be high8. Porn-watchers in the libraryjust curious
8. Hey, if you know the right places to hide, I'm sure you could get away with it. Not that I have...
Quote from: jerseyexpatriate on July 17, 2009, 08:57:36 AM8. Hey, if you know the right places to hide, I'm sure you could get away with it. Not that I have...Right! Make sure you have your volume down next time.