Total Members Voted: 14
Voting closed: April 16, 2007, 09:02:12 PM
I think you also said you prefer "above ground" transportation. Seriously, good luck getting from point A to point B using the bus in manhattan.
Ok, right - But what are the number of reasons you would not apply to Rutgers-Newark?You have obviously not researched this enough given the amount of ridiculous things you have been saying (i.e, queens is all the way across the city, you are going to make 100,000 dollars when you get out of school doing public interest/social justice work, etc). The idea is to get out of school on the cheap - did your parents not raise you with a work ethic or a concept of money? YOU DO KNOW YOU HAVE TO PAY THESE LOANS BACK SO WHY NOT DO IT AS CHEAPLY AS POSSIBLE. There are countless state schools (Rutgers being one of them) that are super cheap, and have a fantastic reputation - but you are more concerned with living in soho, tribeca, or the village in manhattan and being a real NY lawyer!. Seriously, do you think i don't meet people like you every day? Stay away from NY please, we need less, not more people like you here.I think you also said you prefer "above ground" transportation. Seriously, good luck getting from point A to point B using the bus in manhattan.
x50v,Obviously, I am sure you agree there is NO POINT to ever have a car in Manhattan. Brooklyn,Queens, etc - a different story. This thread really is laughable.
The "elevated train" hahaha. What are you talking about?