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Why not require disclosure? Crazy Idea?

Re: Why not require disclosure? Crazy Idea?
« Reply #60 on: August 01, 2006, 07:45:18 AM »
Ok, if this isn't Googler, this is the best clone I've ever seen.  Kudos.

Who's Googler?

Your evil twin.


Please explain.

Googler is a rather obnoxious person will be attending Columbia in the fall.
I have a feeling you know him already - but if you don't, you're not missing anything but aggravation.


I see. Why is he my evil twin then?

Re: Why not require disclosure? Crazy Idea?
« Reply #61 on: August 01, 2006, 09:22:51 AM »
Okay - maybe I am missing the point? But when you take the LSAT test, there is a question on the bubble sheet that asks you about how you prepared for the LSAT.

Vera :)

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Re: Why not require disclosure? Crazy Idea?
« Reply #62 on: August 01, 2006, 12:13:15 PM »
Ok, if this isn't Googler, this is the best clone I've ever seen.  Kudos.

Who's Googler?

Your evil twin.


Please explain.

Googler is a rather obnoxious person will be attending Columbia in the fall.
I have a feeling you know him already - but if you don't, you're not missing anything but aggravation.


I see. Why is he my evil twin then?
Some of the things you're saying sound very Googlerish.

Re: Why not require disclosure? Crazy Idea?
« Reply #63 on: August 01, 2006, 12:20:42 PM »
Ok, if this isn't Googler, this is the best clone I've ever seen.  Kudos.

Who's Googler?

Your evil twin.


Please explain.

Googler is a rather obnoxious person will be attending Columbia in the fall.
I have a feeling you know him already - but if you don't, you're not missing anything but aggravation.


I see. Why is he my evil twin then?
Some of the things you're saying sound very Googlerish.


What things? Most people say things that sound like things other people say.