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Re: Dying Bronchitis Girl with a Hacking Cough
« Reply #10 on: February 12, 2007, 12:29:42 PM »
Well, I don't let my license expire, and I also carry another couple forms of photo ID.  Still, though, if the State of Tennessee considers my expired license valid for identification purposes, so should LSAC, at least when I'm in Tennessee.

This could also be a case of a test center worker being a prick, as well.  They don't make copies of the IDs or anything, so if I were the test center guy, I would have let him through, even if the policy is to not do so.
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Re: Dying Bronchitis Girl with a Hacking Cough
« Reply #11 on: February 12, 2007, 12:38:15 PM »
This could also be a case of a test center worker being a prick, as well.  They don't make copies of the IDs or anything, so if I were the test center guy, I would have let him through, even if the policy is to not do so.

This is the attitude that will hand victory to the terrorists.   >:(

Hah, at least they don't pat you down as you check in...
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Re: Dying Bronchitis Girl with a Hacking Cough
« Reply #12 on: February 12, 2007, 12:43:10 PM »
Hah, at least they don't pat you down as you check in...

Clearly, the proctor was just defending against the possibility of a terrorist invasion of the legal profession.

So, he/she's a hero?

I didn't know how patriotic I should have felt last June...the Bush administration didn't tell me.
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