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LizPendens™

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« on: April 05, 2007, 09:23:50 AM »
i'm staying. the trolls will have to deal with it.

Save the drama fo yo mama.  Do what you want--don't let anonymous internet personas dictate your actions.

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there seems to be strong opinion in the LSD community about my posts and my test scheduling, i can't really change my personality and posting content, but i'm also not going to schedule my test and applications to satisfy an anonymous internet community.


so you will have to decide what you want. should i delete out and leave for good, or should i stay?  what do you think? 


i'll abide by your decision.

OMG, Liz, WTF? Listen, you gotta f-ing ignore these lowlife losers. Listen, i along with other people here need your help.
If you can't handle these idiots, how are you going to be able to handle legal world,even law school?

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poops, i already handle the real legal world, and it's nothing like the jungle that this place is.

the terms "forcing on LSD...", "dominating conversations", and, "shouldn't be giving advice without taking the test" have been used, and not a few ad hominems. and they have a point.


i genuinely want to know if the LSAT board wants my help and fellowship around here. if not, then i'll leave. i'll stay in touch with my buddies.


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poops, i already handle the real legal world, and it's nothing like the jungle that this place is.

the terms "forcing on LSD...", "dominating conversations", and, "shouldn't be giving advice without taking the test" have been used, and not a few ad hominems. and they have a point.


i genuinely want to know if the LSAT board wants my help and fellowship around here. if not, then i'll leave. i'll stay in touch with my buddies.



YES, people here need your help... ignore morons

LizPendens™

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the morons seem to be winning.

Poops

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the morons seem to be winning.

these losers prove the point why Bush has been voted twice

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hell, lizarooni, even julie want you stay.

LizPendens™

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Suckit      09:14:50 AM     Voting in Should LizPendens leave LSD's "Studying for the LSAT" forum or stay? POLL.



gee, i wonder what suckit voted?


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Suckit      09:18:56 AM     Posting in Should LizPendens leave LSD's "Studying for the LSAT" forum or stay? POLL.

i guess we'll find out shortly, in eloquent terms, no doubt.

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Suckit      09:24:07 AM     Viewing the topic LizPendens: Go to law school .

or not.

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poops, i already handle the real legal world, and it's nothing like the jungle that this place is.

the terms "forcing on LSD...", "dominating conversations", and, "shouldn't be giving advice without taking the test" have been used, and not a few ad hominems. and they have a point.


i genuinely want to know if the LSAT board wants my help and fellowship around here. if not, then i'll leave. i'll stay in touch with my buddies.


When you come here as some authority, you have to expect that someone is going to want to know your credentials--and that's what I did...  I'm sure you wouldn't just let some dude give you open heart surgery (if you needed it) based on him sounding like he knows what he's doing.

My poll http://www.lawschooldiscussion.org/prelaw/index.php/topic,85954.0.html, which is also based on 1 vote per account (and trust me I'm not opening 30+ accounts) reflects that most people could, either care less what you do, or believe you should at least take the LSAT---getting a real score--before telling people how to best prepare for the LSAT.

Until then, if you still insist on giving advice, try doing it with a little more humility…instead of coming off like some freaking guru.  

Advice from a "troll."  ;)