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bakabaka

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Re: Is a JD Just another Humanities Degree?
« Reply #40 on: May 24, 2010, 04:28:49 AM »
You are a f-ing idiot and you know it. There is no "minimum" in medicine. There are MD's out there dirt poor as bunnies, and with Obamacare its only going to become more and more the mcdonalds of healthcare. Socialism, gotta love it. Where'd you get your facts, "Greys Anatomy"?  :-X

I'm an orthopedic surgeon, what the hell are you?  Right, a f-ing lawyer.

Everyone from the last two residency classes in my program who didn't pursue a spine fellowship were employed within 4 weeks of finishing.  None of them had an offer lower than $350k.  You don't even want to know what those spine guys make.

Go pound sand.

the white rabbit

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Re: Is a JD Just another Humanities Degree?
« Reply #41 on: May 24, 2010, 05:20:54 AM »
Of course the hours suck and residency is brutal, but biglaw ain't much better either. 

Of course in biglaw, you make more money up front. 
Mood: Tired but cheerful.  :)

cooleylawstudent

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Re: Is a JD Just another Humanities Degree?
« Reply #42 on: May 24, 2010, 11:02:59 AM »
Yeah, this isn't "son of a pickle" trying to use a BS alterego to claim his delusions of future grandure are true with a fake source....... ::)
remind  me "doc" why you on THIS forum then?
As for the "oh yeah, a lawyer" if thats a "bad" thing, tell me how? Plus if you don't expect one profession to know about the other(which trust me we do) why fling your bull if your not one of us? Oh yeah, your a retard....... :P

You are a f-ing idiot and you know it. There is no "minimum" in medicine. There are MD's out there dirt poor as bunnies, and with Obamacare its only going to become more and more the mcdonalds of healthcare. Socialism, gotta love it. Where'd you get your facts, "Greys Anatomy"?  :-X

I'm an orthopedic surgeon, what the hell are you?  Right, a f-ing lawyer.

Everyone from the last two residency classes in my program who didn't pursue a spine fellowship were employed within 4 weeks of finishing.  None of them had an offer lower than $350k.  You don't even want to know what those spine guys make.

Go pound sand.

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Re: Is a JD Just another Humanities Degree?
« Reply #43 on: May 24, 2010, 12:37:12 PM »
He is not me. Being a doctor, on average, pays more than a lawyer from a bigfirm. He is right though, despite Obama's healthcare plan.

cooleylawstudent

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Re: Is a JD Just another Humanities Degree?
« Reply #44 on: May 24, 2010, 01:15:26 PM »
so by creating two accounts you think you can outsmart us? Idiot.

I'd bit and assume he was a "real" person and a Dr. Why post here?

He is not me. Being a doctor, on average, pays more than a lawyer from a bigfirm. He is right though, despite Obama's healthcare plan.

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Re: Is a JD Just another Humanities Degree?
« Reply #45 on: May 24, 2010, 01:29:06 PM »
Just because I agree with him, does not mean I am him, moron. Tell a moderator to check the IP to prove that I am not him. You have been outsmarted ever since I decided to join this site. I've outsmarted you on several occasions and even school you to the point you loss the tiny bit of rationale you have.

bakabaka

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Re: Is a JD Just another Humanities Degree?
« Reply #46 on: May 25, 2010, 02:03:42 PM »
No, I'm not sonofapickle.  I'm on this board because I'm curious about the job market for law grads since my younger brother is thinking about going to a T1-T2 law school (I've heard the bleak rumors, but I wanted to read what some of the grads are actually experiencing).   I couldn't help but create an account and give my 2 cents when I saw the post that asked what were some other upper-middle class alternatives to law school. 

In return for my initial post, all I got was venom, which further confirms my feelings about the dog eat dog world of law.

I apologize to sonofapickle for dragging him into this.

cooleylawstudent

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Re: Is a JD Just another Humanities Degree?
« Reply #47 on: May 25, 2010, 09:44:12 PM »
the two cents of a man without a penny...... :-X

You have a FRIEND who MIGHT be interested, WOW! That makes you as experienced to talk as every other trailor park grandma who watched judge judy once during a Jerry Springer commercial break.  :P

No, I'm not sonofapickle.  I'm on this board because I'm curious about the job market for law grads since my younger brother is thinking about going to a T1-T2 law school (I've heard the bleak rumors, but I wanted to read what some of the grads are actually experiencing).   I couldn't help but create an account and give my 2 cents when I saw the post that asked what were some other upper-middle class alternatives to law school. 

In return for my initial post, all I got was venom, which further confirms my feelings about the dog eat dog world of law.

I apologize to sonofapickle for dragging him into this.

the white rabbit

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Re: Is a JD Just another Humanities Degree?
« Reply #48 on: May 25, 2010, 09:51:43 PM »
In return for my initial post, all I got was venom, which further confirms my feelings about the dog eat dog world of law.

Hey now, don't come to any conclusions based on two (or whatever it was) data points.  Some of us are perfectly pleasant people.  :)
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cooleylawstudent

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Re: Is a JD Just another Humanities Degree?
« Reply #49 on: May 25, 2010, 09:53:29 PM »
Yeah most people have at least 3 entry points that are "pleasant"......of you said "data points"........... :o

In return for my initial post, all I got was venom, which further confirms my feelings about the dog eat dog world of law.

Hey now, don't come to any conclusions based on two (or whatever it was) data points.  Some of us are perfectly pleasant people.  :)