how disappointing it must be to go through the whole arduous process of applying to law school, only to come up just short of the t-14. all that hope was in vain...you have failed at life
I don't take your post seriously, but I'll give it a serious reply because I'm bored:
I do not believe that where I go to school defines who I am. My purpose in attending law school is purely pragmatic and relates to my goals; the school I will ultimately go to fits these set of goals. I know I will get a job out of BU, and I know it will be a good one. I don't know what I want to do immediately out of law school, but I do have long term ambitions that are -- in many ways -- attainable.
I think it's sad that you (maybe) feel the way you do. For one, it's presumptuous. Above all, though, it's foolish -- at least for me, I guess. Failure, I suppose, is relative and if you choose to define it in that way then I just guess I'm glad that we won't be classmates next year. I'm also glad that I'll be infinitely more successful than you assuming you continue to berate people on the internet to boost your own weak ego, because my definition of success includes decency, respect and tact.